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REPORT 



ON 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 

OF LOUISIANA 



AT 



NEW ORLEANS 



JULY 1, 1956 TO JUNE 30, 1957 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 

DIRECTOR 




HIS EXCELLENCY EARL K. LONG 
Governor of Louisiana and Ex-officio President Board of Administrators 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
Director 




DON L. PETERSON, D.D.S. 






ADOLPII A. Ft. ORES, M.D. 




A. P. RICHARD II 




GEORGE VAN KTIIKX 





MARTIN O. MILLER, M.D. 



JOHN E. CLAYTON, M.D. 





JAMES M. CIARAVELLA, M.D. W1LLARD A. ELLENDER, M.D. 





LOUIS E. THOMAS, JR. LUCIEN T. VIVIAN 

Member Board of Administrators 




RUFUS LANDRY, SR. 




LEO A. MILLET 
Secretary-Treasurer 




MRS. ILA H. SLATER, R.N. 




MRS. JAMES O'CONNOR 




Aerial View of Charity Hospital Group (Circle) Made in 1940 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 



His Excellency Governor Earl K. Long, Ex-Officio President 

Honorable Don L. Peterson, D.D.S., Vice-President 

Honorable Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Honorable James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 

Honorable John E. Clayton, M.D. 

Honorable William H. Cook, M.D. 

Honorable Willard A. Ellender, M.D. 

Honorable Rufus Landry, Sr. 

Honorable Martin O. Miller, M.D. 

Honorable Mrs. James O'Connor 

Honorable Warren Rou&sel 

Honorable Mrs. Ila H. Slater, R.N. 

Honorable Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Honorable George Van Kuren 

Honorable Lucien T. Vivian 



COMMITTEES 



Finance House 

William H. Cook., M.D., Chairman Lucien T. Vivian, Chairman 

Lucien T. Vivian, Vice-chairman George Van Kuren, Vice-Chairman 

Mrs. James O'Connor James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 

Rufus J. Landry, Sr. John E. Clayton, M.D, 

Warren Roussel Mrs. James O'Connor 

Louis E. Thomas, Jr. Ila H. Slater, R.N, 

George Van Kuren Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Medical 
Martin 0. Miller, M.D., Chairman 

James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
John E. Clayton, M.D. 
William H. Cook, M.D. 
Willard A. Ellender, M.D. 
Ila H. Slater, R.N. 
Lucien T. Vivian 

Interdepartmental Committee 

Mrs. Ila H. Slater, R.N., Chairman 
James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
Mrs. James O'Connor 
Lucien T. Vivian 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ANNUAL REPORT 

FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1956 TO JUNE 30, 1957 
INDEX 

Page 

Administrators, Board of • * 

Department Staff - } l 

Resident Doctors Staff „ 

Intern Staff 29 

Extern Staff 

Visiting Doctors Staff 35 

Vice President and Directors' Joint Report - *9 

Directors Statistical Report (Bed Capacity) °3 

Secretary-Treasurer's Report J* : 

Purchasing Department Report IjJI 

Personnel Department Report - 1JJ6 

Ambulance Service Report *" ' 

Sisters Division Report: 

Director of Sisters Division JJ8 

Nursing Service Department Jlj* 

School of Nursing - 1 Jj> 

Dietary Department ■ 11" 

Housekeeping Department 'J° 

Out-Patient Department „ *20 

Operating Rooms „ too 

Therapeutic Radiology _ Ynn 

Diagnostic Radiology J- 30 

Pathology Department..... J-SJ 

Physical Therapy Department J-*J 

Poliomyelitis Center - *44 

Electrocardiograph Department - - J*jj 

Electroencephalograph Department 146 

Anesthesiology and Blood Bank Departments ljJ7 

Lung Station — J 4 f 

Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit J<*9 

Premature Infant Care Center 1|Q 

Tumor Registry • - 1*>8 

Medical Records Library - » J61 

Medical Social Service Department - - JJ*0 

Medical and Patients Library - • Z 

Coordinator of Volunteers Service J^6 

Pediatric Recreational Program 1" 

Hospital Guild Work - - - 178 

Happiness Helpers Report _... !S0 

Classes for Hospitalized Children 181 



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HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1957 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT 

Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Adolph A. Flore*, M.D., Assistant Director 

William A. Cherry, M.D., Assistant Clinical Director for Surgery 

A- **• Richard, Administrative Assistant to Director 

Fred I. William., Jr., Comptroller {Deceased October 1956) 

Leo A. Millet, Secretary-Treasurer 



PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 
George A. Sanderson, Purchasing 1 Agent 



PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

Charles C. Sturtevant, Director 



TRAFFIC AND INFORMATION 
Sidney A. Harper, Building- Service Superintendent 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 
L. R. Deiporte, Manager 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
William H. Sutherland, Manager 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 
C. J. AlUin, Manager 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Emma S. Moo, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.A.C.P., Director 

Certified American Board of Pathology: Pathologic 

Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

George E. Fasting, M.D., Pathologist 

Henry Haberyan, M.D,, Assistant Pathologist 

Thomai Da via, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Marion W. Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

Thelma Flicker, Ph.D., Virologist 



DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

Manuel Garcia, M.D., Radiologist 

J. V. Schloner, M.D., Associate Radiologist 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Antonio Mayoral, M.D., Radiologist 

Ramon Mouton, M.D., Assistant Radiologist 

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HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS — (Continued) 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
E, TKarp Po»ey, M.D., Director 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

Richard Aihmmi, Ph.D., Director 

Louis Levy 111, M.D., Assistant Director 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Nathan H. Pointer, M.D., Director 

Mary Bacharach, R.P.T., Supervisor 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 

John Adriani, M.D., Director 



LUNG STATION 
John H. Seabury, M.D., Director 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 

W. T. Newsom, M.D., Medical Director 



POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
Evelyn Gourley, R.N., Assistant Supervisor 



MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 
Eddie V. Cooksey, Librarian 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Marigayle Hart, Director 



PHARMACY 
Sylvia Ching Bin*, Chief Pharmacist 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
Margaret Carre, Clerical Supervisor 



SISTERS' DIVISIONS 
Sitter Margaret Callahan, R.N., B.S. 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Sitter Laurence, R.N., Director 
Willie Mask, R.N., Assistant Director 



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HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS — (Continued) 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Lenore Andriei, R.N., Assistant Supervisor 



ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 
Sister Dorothea, R.N., Supervisor 



OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CYSTOSCOPIC ROOMS 

Sister Mariana, R.N. 
Sister Patricia, R.N. 



CONTAGIOUS UNIT 
Sister Margaret Mary, R.N., Supervisor 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Sister Theresa, R.N., Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 
Sister Clarisse, R.N., Director 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Sister Pauline, R.N., M.S., Director 



13 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 
July 1, 19S6 — June 30, 1957 

Dates of Service 
Rank From To 

MEDICINE, TULANE UNIT 

Donald McCurley, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

John A. Edwards, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 
George R. Mayfield, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 7/1/56 to September 30, 
1956) 

H. Aubrey White, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 4/1/57 to June 30, 1957) 

Priscilla Wells, M.D 3rd yr. 12/1/56 11/30/57 

2nd yr. 3/1/56 11/30/56 

Walter J. Stuckey, M.D 3rd yr. 1/1/57 6/30/58 

2nd yr. 7/1/56 12/31 56 
(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hos- 
pital, Independence, La., from 
10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

James D. BulHngton, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 3/31/57 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- Resigned 

tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 7/1/56 to September 30, 
1956) 

Donald S. Huber, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 9/20/56 

Military Leave 

Thomas E. Nix, M.D- 2nd yr. 8/6/56 8/5/67 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hos- 
pital, Independence, La., from 
4/1/57 to June 30, 1957) 

Robert M. Arthur, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Robert H. Crabtree, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hos- 
pital, Independence, La., from 
1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

Martin Palmer, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/67 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hos- 
pital, Independence, La., from 
7/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Jerry M. Shaw, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Arthur M. Anderson, M.D 2nd yr. 7/16/56 6/30/57 

1st yr, 7/1/56 7/15/66 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 4/1/57 to 6/30/57) 



14 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Carlos Lamar, M.D 1st yr. 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans 
from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

John Myron Tyler, M.D. 1st yr. 

David Weeks Wall, M.D 1st yr. 

(Assigned to Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital, New Orleans, 
from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Cecil Gervais Edwards, M.D 1st yr. 

McDonald Poe, M.D 1st yr. 

MEDICINE, LSU UNIT 

Beach A. Brooks, M.D 3rd yr. 

Jorge Martinez-Lopez, M.D.... 3rd yr. 

Edward D. Piatt, M.D 3rd yr. 

M. J. Liberman, M.D _ 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 1/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Meyer Sutton, M.D 3rd yr. 

Thaddeus P. Fryzynski, M.D... 2nd yr. 

Henry B. Harvey, M.D 2nd yr, 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 7/1/56 to 10/31/66) 

David L. Jones, M.D 2nd yr. 

Albert J. Lauro, M.D 2nd yr, 

Kenneth McLeod, M.D 2nd yr. 

Verne C. Shaver, M.D. 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La,, 
from 11/1/56 to 2/28/57) 

James W. Wade, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La,, 
from 5/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Joseph Juracovich, M.D _ 2nd yr. 

Alcee J. Jumonville, M. D 2nd yr. 

Ortha J. Barnette, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Meyer Kaplan, M.D _ 2nd yr. 

David Mykoff, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 3/1/57 to 4/31/57) 

George L. LeBeau, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

J. Clark Forci, M.D 1st yr. 

David D. Kahn, M.D 1st yr. 

Helen Key VanFossen, M.D 1st yr. 

Harold Voss, M.D 1st yr, 

William F. Kliesch, M.D 1st yr. 

Gilbert Echelman, M.D 1st yr. 



Date* o 


f Service 


From 


To 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 
7/1/56 


6/30/57 
6/30/57 


7/16/56 

1/1/67 


7/16/57 
12/31/57 


7/1/66 

7/1/66 

5/1/56 

10/1/55 


6/30/67 
6/30/67 
6/30/67 
9/30/56 


9/16/55 
7/1/56 
7/1/66 


9/15/56 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 


7/1/66 
7/1/66 
7/1/56 
7/1/56 


6/30/67 
6/30/57 
6/30/67 
6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/66 


6/30/67 


7/16/56 


7/15/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 


6/30/67 


6/29/58 


6/30/66 


6/29/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7 1/66 


6/30/67 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


8/1/56 


6/30/67 



15 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Charles J. Foley, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles C. Matirne, M.D 1st yr. 

Daniel H. Mattson, M.D. 1st yr. 

Felix G. Rabito, M.D 1st yr. 

Leo A. Labourdette, M.D 1st yr. 

James E. Hand, M.D 1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, TULANE UNIT 

Robert D. Hill, M.D 2nd yr. 

William McDaniel, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

William 0. Kenan, M. D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 
Hospital, Independence, La., 
from 11/1/56 to 11/30/56 and 
Assigned to the Massachusetts 
General Hospital from 4/1/57 
to 5/17/57) 

Salvador Ferreri, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 
Hospital, Independence, La., 
from 9/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Harlan Sindell, M.D. 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long: 
Chanty Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 9/1/56 to 10/31/56 and 
to Lallie Kemp Hospital, Inde- 
pendence, La., from 7/1/56 to 
8/31/56) 

Lyman Jean Olsen, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 11/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Joseph P. Derrick, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 7/1/56 to 8/31/56 and to 
Lallie Kemp Hospital, Inde- 
pendence, La., from 10/1/56 
to 10/31/56) 

George Bean, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 
Hospital, Independence, La., 
from 3/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

James Bridges, M.D 2nd yr. 

Gilbert H. Walker, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Stephen Gyland, M.D 2nd yr. 

Allen H. Lefstin, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 



Date* of Service 


From 


To 


7/1/56 


1/22/57 




Military Leave 


7/1/56 


1/31/57 




Military Leave 


8/16/56 


8/15/57 


7/1/56 


1/31/57 




Military Leave 


7/1/56 


1/15 57 




Military Leave 


3/1/57 


7/31/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/16/56 


7/15/57 


7/16/55 


7/15/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



12/1/56 11/30/57 
12/1/55 11/30/56 



10/1/56 9/30/57 



10/1/55 9/30/56 

11/1/56 6/30/57 

8/9/55 8/8/56 

7/1/56 6/30/57 



16 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— {Continued) 



Rank 

Hospital, Independence, La., 

from 1/1/57 to 1/31/57) 

James L. Crump, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 

Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 

from 3/1/57 to 4/30/57) 

Peter S. Bertucci, M.D 1st yr. 

(Fanned Out to Lallie Kemp 

Charity Hospital, Independ- 
ence, La., from 6/1/57 to 

6/30/57) 

James W, Mann, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 

Hospital, Independence, La., 

from 2/1/57 to 2/28/57) 

Mitsuo Tottori, M.D. 1st yr. 

i Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 

Hospital, Independence, La., 

from 4/1/57 to 4/30/57) 

Harvey James Grinsell, M.D. 1st yr. 

Andrew D. Guthrie, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles J. Caruso, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huev P. Long 

Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 

from 1/1/57 to 2/28/57) 

William G. Thurman, M.D. 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp 

Hospital, Independence, La., 

from 12/1/56 to 12/31/56) 
Robert J. Maraist, M.D 1st yr. 

Stuart Farber, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 5/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

James L. Reynolds, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 5/1/57 to 6/30/57) 
Mauldin J. Boggs, M.D 1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, LSU UNIT 

Patsy R. Phelps, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

James F. Bourgeois, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 7/1/56 to 8/15/56 and 
from 6/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Mattye Boagni, M. D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 



Dates of Service 
From To 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/S6 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 
7 1 56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 1/15/57 

Military Leave 
2/1/57 6/30/57 



2/1/57 6/30/57 



8/1/55 7/31/56 



1 56 12/31/56 
Resigned 
7/1/56 8/31/66 
7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 



7 C 63 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 8/16/66 to 10/15/66) 

Sherling: T. Lauricella, M.D 2nd yr, 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 1/1/57 to 2/15/57) 

Bernard C. Fruge, M.D _ 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 2/16/57 to 4/15/57) 

Glen V. Higgins, M.D..... _ 2nd yr. 

William C, Terral, M.D 2nd yr. 

Vela Cleveland, M.D 1st yr. 

David 0. Childers, M.D 1st yr. 

Jovita Faigout, M.D- 1st yr. 

Robert E, Feldman, M.D 1st yr. 

Bettina C. Hitman, M.D 1st yr. 

Wilhemena W. Quiros, M.D. 1st yr. 

Mary Allie Swetman, M.D. 1st yr. 

Marie Louise Heller, M.D 1st yr. 

Carl E. Kemmerly, M.D 1st yr. 

Nathan L, Kern, M.D 1st yr. 

Joseph Isolani, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital from 4/16/57 to 
5/31/57) 

Frederick Ruiz, M 1st yr. 

PSYCHIATRY, TULANE UNIT 

James A. Knight, M.D 3rd yr. 

Sheldon B. Cohen, M.D. 3rd vr. 

Clayton B. Edisen, M.D 3rd yr. 

Alan A. Lipton, M.D 3rd yr. 

Arthur S. Samuels, M.D 3rd yr. 

Vann E. Spruiell, M.D 3rd yr. 

Jeanne Voltaggio, M.D 2nd yr. 

Thomas L. Rafferty, M.D 1st yr. 

John P. Pratt, M.D.... 1st yr. 

Donald Lathrop, M.D 1st yr. 

Richard L. Johnson, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles Colby, M.D 1st yr. 

Eve Vail, M.D 1st yr. 

NEUROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

David F. Kennedy, M.D 3rd yr. 

Gerhard H. Fromm, M.D 3rd yr. 

James P. Myers, M.D 2nd yr. 

Donald M. Gallant, M.D 1st yr. 



Date* of Service 
From To 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



1/1/57 


12/31/57 


1/1/56 


12/31/56 


8/1/65 


7/31/56 


7/16/55 


7/15/56 


7/1/66 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/66 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


8/1/56 


7/31/57 


7/1/56 


8/31/56 




Military Leave 


10/1/56 


9/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 



12/16/56 12/15/57 



7/1/56 
11/16/56 
11/16/56 
11/16/56 

11/16/56 

2/1/57 
9/1/56 
7/1/56 
9/1/66 
9/1/56 
9/1/66 
10/1/56 
1/1/57 



6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
3/31/57 
Resigned 
12/31/66 
Resigned 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
6 80 .'7 
6/30/67 



7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/66 9/30/56 

Military Leave 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/67 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 

Date* of Service 

Rank From To 

PSYCHIATRY, LSU UNIT 

John L. Winkler, M.D, 3rd yr. 7/26/56 7/25/57 

2nd yr. 7/26/55 7/25/56 

Ernest 0. Svenson, M.D 3rd yr. 8/11/56 8/10/57 

2nd yr. 8/11/55 8/10/56 

Wallace W. Fleetwood, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Nancy Walker, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Max Sugar, M.D 3rd yr. 4/1/56 3/31/57 

Ernest B. White, M.D 3rd yr. 1/1/67 12/31/57 

2nd yr. 7/1/56 12/31/56 

Jacob Weisler, M.D, 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/67 

Genevieve Arneson, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 

William S, Wiedorn, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Hugh English, M.D _. 2nd yr. 1/1/57 12/31/57 

, „ t , 1st yr. 7/1/56 12/31/66 

Loyce L. Buie, M.D 2nd yr. 11/1/56 1/31/57 

Resigned 

Edward G. Long, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/67 

NEUROLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Julius W. Bosch, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 December 1956 

u T T - ., ~ (Deceased) 

Henry B. Higman, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Marvin E. Chernosky, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 9/30/57 

John J. McAndrew, M,D. 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Robert M. Fine, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

John M. Brewer, M.D. 1st yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Frank H. Davis, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Philip R. Loria, M.D 3rd yr. 1/1/57 12/31/57 

2nd yr. 1/1/56 12/31/56 

Ollie P. Williams, M.D 3rd yr. 2/1/57 1/31/58 

2nd yr. 2/1/66 1/31/57 

Joe Netick, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/66 6/30/67 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Mary Lou Applewhite, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Wm. J. Perret, M.D....„ 1st yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 

Anton E. Caroe, M.D 1st yr. 11/16/55 11/15/66 

2nd yr. 11/16^56 11 15 57 

SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

John C. Turnham, M.D 4th yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 

Herman E. Kellum, M.D. 

(Thor. Surg.) _ ., 4th yr. 7 1 56 6/30/67 

Jeff W. Harris, M.D 4th yr. 9/1/56 8/31/57 

3rd yr. 9/1/55 8/31/56 
(Farmed Out for entire period 
to Huey P. Long Charity Hos- 
pital, Pineville, La.) 



19 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

John Davies Jackson, M.D. 

(Neurosurg.) 4th vr. 

Charles W, Upp, M.D 4th yr. 

Herbert H. Robinson, M.D 4th yr. 

3rd yr. 

Jack A. Haley, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Max M. Halley, M.D..... 3rd yr. 

Abner M. Glover, M.D 3rd yr. 

Arthur G. Lawrence, M.D 3rd yr. 

Charles E. Selah, M.D 3rd yr. 

William L. Chapman, M.D 2nd yr. 

Richard H. Clark, M.D 2nd yr. 

Berryman E. CoggeshaJI, M.D 2nd yr. 

William S. George, M.D 2nd yr. 

William T. Kemmerer, M.D 2nd yr. 

Charles S. Peter, M.D 2nd yr. 

William Harold Avant, M.D. 1st yr. 

Ray Gilbert Hooper, M.D 1st yr, 

Glenn Megumi Kokame, M.D 1st yr. 

Louis P. Laville, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert Earl Rogers, M.D 1st yr. 

Salvatore J. Danna, M.D 1st yr. 

John Fair Lucas, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert Wm. Hess, M.D 1st yr. 

Joseph II, Wright, M.D... 1st yr. 

Lucien K. Moss, M.D 1st yr. 

Jack T. Cappel, M.D... 1st yr. 

SURGERY, LSTJ UNIT 

Edward W. Dauterive, M.D 4th yr. 

William A. Cherry, M.D 4th yr. 

Irving A. Reychok, M.D 4th vr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital from 7/1/56 to 
6/30/57) 

Jack Sartin, M.D 4th yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 6/16/56 to 6/30/57) 

Joseph L. Powell, M.D 4th yr. 

Robert Lien, M.D 3rd yr. 

Edward J. LeBlanc, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 6/1/57 to 6/30/58) 

Perry Chesney, M.D 3rd yr. 

Howard L. Martin, M.D 3rd yr. 

John D. Baleman, M.D. 2nd yr. 



Date> o 


f Service 


From 


To 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/5S 


6/30/57 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


1/1/56 


12/31/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/66 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


7/15 56 




Military Leave 


7/1/56 


3/11/57 




Military Leave 


7/1/56 


10/16/56 




Resigned 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


10/16 Bfl 


6/30/57 


3/16/57 


9/15/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/55 7/15/5G 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 



20 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Dates of Service 

Rank From To 

Robert J. Turner, M.D 2nd vr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Raymond J. Calecas, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Rudolph J. Bourgeois, M.D _... 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Raymond A, Sehwarz, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 9/30 56 

Military Leave 

Perry G. Sudduth, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Patrick R. Hunter, M.D 2nd yr. 4/22/57 6/30/67 

George J. Wernette, M.D 1st vr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Irvin D. Fleming, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 5/10/57 

Military Leave 

Lawrence 0, Broussard, M.D.... 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Warren 0. Coleman, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Frances L. Tompkins, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Harold A. Heitkamp, M.D 1st yr. 5/1/57 6/30/57 

THORACIC SURGERY, LSU UNIT 

Richard Lee Russell, M.D 1st yr. 8/1/55 7/31/57 

James L. Russell, M.D 1st yr. 7/16/56 7/15/57 

SURGERY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Frederick N. Dickman, M.D, 4th yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

James K. Maguire, M.D 4th yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

William L. Dang, M.D 4th vr. 1/1/57 12/31/67 

3rd yr. 7/1/56 12/31/56 
(Farmed Out to Washington St, 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalu- 
La., from 11/19/56 to 
12/18/56) 

William A. McManus, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Washington St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalusa, 
La., from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

William L. Travis, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/67 

(Farmed Out to Washington St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalu.sa, 
La., from 4/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Rodney Landreneau, M.D 3rd yr. 1/1/57 9/30/57 

Lester A. Ancelet, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Hewitte A. Thian, M.D 2nd vr. 7/1/56 6/30/67 

Bernard McLaughlin, M.D 2nd yr. 2/1/57 1/31/58 

1st yr. 2/1/56 1/31/57 

Leo J. Vallette, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

David J. Vial, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Julius Isaacson, M.D 1st yr. 10/1/56 9/30/57 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

John R. Castle, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 7/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Charles P. Guerriero, M.D 3rd yr. 8/1/56 7/31 57 

2nd yr. 8/1/55 7/31/56 



21 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

James H. Gaddy, M.D 3rd yr, 

(Farmed Out to Hucy P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 1/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

Max Pailet, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long 
Charity Hospital, Pineville, La., 
from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Frederick B, Jones, M.D 3rd yr. 

Everett McCaughey, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Herman D. Webster, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Donald McMahon, M.D 2nd yr. 

Paul L. Pruett, M.D. 2nd yr. 

James W. Sewell, M.D 2nd yr. 

Frederick W. Jansen, M.D 1st yr, 

John C. Hudgens, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 

William L. Geary, M.D. 1st yr. 

Edwin A. Bowman, M.D 1st yr. 

Blanchard Texada, M.D.... 1st yr. 

Clyde A. Steward, M.D 1st yr. 

Rufus C. Smith, M.D 1st yr. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Barbara Brew, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 7/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Louis A. Gallo, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 

. from 7/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Richard B. Salzer, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La,, 
from 4/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Charles J. Stamper, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 1/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Bernard H. St. Raymond, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Fanned Out to Lafayette Char- 
ity Hospital, Lafayette, La., 
from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

Theodore Bradley, M.D 3rd yr. 

Eugene W. Dauterive, M.D 2nd yr. 

Charles W. Plows, M.D 2nd yr. 

Allen G. Williams, M.D... 2nd yr. 

Fred T. Given, Jr., M.D 2nd yr. 



Date* of Service 
From To 

7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 


10/31/56 


8/1/56 


7/31/57 


8/1/55 


7/31/56 


7/11/56 


7/10/57 


7/11/56 


7/10/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


12/31/56 




Resigned 


2/1/57 


7/31/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 


7/1/66 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


10/31/56 




Resigned 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


11 '1/56 


10/31/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 



6/30/57 



7/1/56 6/30/57 



7/1/56 8/31/57 



7/1/65 
7/1/56 
7/1/56 
7/1/66 
7/1/66 



7/31/56 
6/30/57 
6/30/67 
6/30/67 
6/30/67 



22 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Datci of Service 
Rank From To 

George W. Dameron, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Robert L. DiBenedetto, M.D 1st yr, 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Morris S. Hoffpauir, M.D.... 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Joseph F. P. Newhall, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Joseph T. Crapanzano, M.D. 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Jose E. Torres, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Calvin R. Bishop, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Washington-St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalusa, 
La., from 2/16/57 to 3/15/57) 

.Milton J. Hoffman, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

David P. Planche, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Washington-St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bojralusa, 
La., from 3/5/57 to 3/31/67) 

Thomas W. Skalley, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Washington-St. 
Tammanv Hospital, Bogahisa, 
La., from 1/16/57 to 2/15/57) 

Charlton R. Vincent, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Farmed Out to Washington-St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalu- 
sa, La., from 11/19/66 to 
1/16/57) 

Quentin L. Green, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

(Fanned Out to Washington-St. 
Tammany Hospital, Bogalusa, 
La., from 4/1/57 to 6/1/57) 

Herbert E. Mauterer, M.D... 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Max I.ovette Golden, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Franklin E. Minyard, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Andrew H. Hoffman, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 4/30/67 

Military Leave 

Johnnie R. Betson, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

Thomaa F. Kramer, M.D 1st yr. 3/1/57 8/31/67 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

Allen S. Vishoot, M.D 4th yr. 4/1/56 3/31/67 

Donald J. Taylor, M.D. 4th yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

George R. Rieth, M.D 4th yr. 7/1/56 6/30/57 

( Assigned to Department of Ortho- 
pedic Surgery, Tulane School of 
Medicine, from 7/1/56 to 12/ 
31/56) 

James T. Kerr, M.D 4th yr. 11/1/56 10/31/57 

3rd yr. 11/1/55 10/31/56 
(Assigned to Warm Springs Foun- 
dation, Warm Springs, Georgia, 
from 7/1/56 to 12/31/56) 
George C. Battalora, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/66 6/30/57 



23 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Loui G. Bayne, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

(Assigned to Touro Infirmary, 
New Orleans, from 1/1/57 to 
6/30/57) 

Jack H. Booth, M.D 3rd yr. 

John Innis, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Dale Addington, M.D. 2nd yr. 

(Assigned to Warm Springs Foun- 
dation, Warm Springs, Georgia, 
from 1/1/57 to 6/30/57) 

Richard B. Maens, M.D 2nd yr. 

William Best, M.D 2nd yr. 

William E. Smith, M.D 2nd yr. 

James F. Alexander, M.D 2nd yr. 

Fred L. Allman, M.D 1st vr. 

Earl R, Campbell, M.D 1st yr. 

Edward W. Phillips, M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHQFEDIC SURGERY. LSU UNIT 

Robert Jahn, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

William F. Everett, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert J. Delmore, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd vr. 
Michael M. Scialla, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Calvin H. Frazier, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert B. Wilson, M.D 2nd yr. 

Charles B. Powell, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Guy J. Dunning, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Armand J. Scully, M.D... 1st yr. 

Elias D. Sedlin, M.D 1st yr. 

Andrew M. Hazen, M.D 1st yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

George H. Jones, M.D 3rd yr. 

William A. McNichols, M.D 3rd yr. 

John T. King, Jr., M.D. 2nd yr. 

John J. White, M.D 2nd yr. 

David D. Thibaut, M.D 2nd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Sau-ki Wong, M.D 3rd yr. 

Roger V. St. Dizier, M.D. 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Nick A. Mardesich, M.D 1st yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/16/56 


7/15/57 


7/16/55 


7/15/56 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


6/20/57 


6/19/58 


6/20/56 


6/19/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30 57 


7/1/56 


10/31/56 




Resigned 


7/1/56 


6/30 61 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


H/1'56 


10/31/57 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


1/1/56 


L2 81/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


1/1/56 


12/31/56 


11/29/56 


6/30/57 


11/29/55 


11/28/56 


1/16/56 


1/15/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


4/1/57 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


3/3! :r. 


5/16/57 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


5 15/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 


4/1/57 


11/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


12/1/56 


11/30/57 


12/1/55 


11/30/56 


10/16/66 


10/15/57 



24 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Robert J. Cangelosi, M.D 2nd yr. 

Joseph R. Brock, M.D 2nd yr. 

Donald C. Phillips, M.D 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Marion T. Summar, M.D... 3rd yr. 

Lewis J, Rutledge, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Anthony N. Scaleo, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert H. Cox, M.D. 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Edw. M. Plowman, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

George D, Lyons, M.D 2nd yr. 

Christian J. Haindel, M.D. 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 
Philip W. LaHaye, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Warren J. Stassi, M.D 2nd yr. 

Norma L. Kearby, M.D. 1st yr. 

UROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Edward H. Ray, Jr., M.D 3rd yr. 

Jimmie W. Morgan, M.D 3rd yr. 

Myron G. Fine, M.D 2nd yr. 

Frederick J. McCutchon, M.D 2nd yr. 

Travis E. Morgan, M.D 1st yr. 

Sheridan M. Shirley, M.D. 1st yr. 

UROLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Robert K. Dyer, M.D 3rd yr. 

Irvin H. Peiser, M.D 3rd yr. 

William A. Mulford, M.D 2nd yr. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Carl J. Pope, M.D 2nd yr. 

Hugh J. Forthman, M.D 2nd yr. 

Donovan Campbell, M.D 2nd yr. 

Y>inon C. Fagan, M.D 2nd yr. 

Mary R. Prieto, M.D 2nd yr. 

J. Felix Morel, M.D 2nd yr. 

Louis Bryan, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr, 

Walter Hennigan, M.D 2nd yr. 

George G. Miles, M.D 2nd yr. 

William Trotti, M.D 2nd yr. 

Harold C. Boehning, M.D 1st yr. 



Date* of Service 
From To 



7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 G/30/57 
7/1/56 _ 4/30/57 

(Military Leave) 



7/1/66 


6/30/57 


8/1/56 


7/31/57 


8/1/55 


7/31 '56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


11/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


10/3 1 


8/1/56 


7/31/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


1/1/57 


3/15/57 




(Resigned) 


1/1/56 


12/31/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/66 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


12/31/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


7/1/56 


6/30/57 


1/1/56 


12/31/56 


2/1/56 


1 "1 r>7 


8/16/56 


8/15/57 


G/16/66 


8/15/56 


11/1/56 


10/31/57 


11/16/55 


11/15/56 


7/16/55 


7/15/56 


7/1/56 


6/30/67 



25 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Bobby Glenn Smith, M.D.. 1st yr. 

Frank W. Summers, Jr., M.D 1st yr, 

Ota Jenkins Renegar, M.D._ 1st yr. 

Clarence H. Webb, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 

Wilmer F. West, M.D 1st yr, 

Ralph R. Buie, M.D 1st yr. 

George E. Thomas, M.D 1st yr. 

RADIOLOGY 

Julian Sims, M.D...- 3rd yr, 

Paul Horn, M.D 3rd yr, 

2nd yr, 

Misha Newman, M.D 3rd yr. 

Thaddeus H. Gueymard, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Leave of Absence from March 
22, 1957 to May 12, 1967) 

James F. Adams, M.D 2nd yr, 

James D. Moran, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert H. Sagerman, M.D 1st yr, 

John W. Conklin, M.D 1st yr, 

Louis A. Reich, M.D 1st yr. 

PATHOLOGY 

Avery L. Cook, M.D 2nd yr. 

Quincy R. Johnson, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert L. Sing, M.D 2nd yr, 

1st yr. 

Dayton L. Moseley, M.D... 2nd yr, 

1st yr, 

Oscar Riley, M.D 2nd yr, 

Alvaro T, Hunt, M.D 1st yr. 

William F, Osbom, M.D 1st yr, 

Lloyd M. Higgins, M.D 1st yr, 

James H. Allen, M.D 1st yr, 

Alfred L. Lewis, M.D 1st yr, 

Fred C. Webre, M.D 1st yr, 



ORAL SURGERY 

Joseph R. P. Wall, D.D.S. 
Dale D. Whiteher, D.D.S. 

Alfred E. Viener, D.D.S., 
Thomas L. Blake, D.D.S. 



2nd yr. 

2nd yr. 
1st yr. 
1st yr. 
1st yr. 



Dates of Service 
From To 



7/1/56 
7/9/56 
7/1/56 
7/1/56 
7/1/56 
1/1/67 
1/1/57 



1/1/56 

9/16/66 

9/16/55 

7/1/56 

9/1/56 



6/30/57 

7/8/67 

6/30/57 

0730/57 

12/31/56 

12/31/57 

12/31/57 



12/31/56 
9/15/57 
9/15/56 
6/30/57 

10/22/E7 



7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
10/1/56 12/31/56 

(Military Leave) 



7/1/66 

7/1/66 

7/11/56 

7/11/55 



6/30/57 
6/30/57 
7/10/57 
7/10/56 



11/1/56 10/31/57 

11/1/55 10/31/56 

4/1/57 3/31/58 

7/1/56 6/30/57 

7/1/56 4/30/57 

(Military Leave) 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 6/30/57 
7/1/56 9/30/56 

(Military Leave) 



7/1/56 

8/10/56 

8/10/55 

7/1/56 

7/1/56 



6/30/57 

8/9/57 

8/9/56 

6/30/57 

6/30/57 



26 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 

RESIDENTS FROM DUKE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 
Fred Glover, M.D. 

(Assigned to Tulane Pediatrics from September 5, 1956 to October S, 
1966) 

W. B. A r drey, M.D. 

(Assigned to LSU Pediatrics from November 1, 1956 to December 81, 
WW) 
Charles Neal, M.D. 

(Assigned to Tulane Pediatrics from January 1, 1967 to February 18. 
1957) 
Virginia Sanford, M.D. 

(Assigned to LSU Pediatrics from March I, 1957 to April 30. 1967) 
A. W. Renuart, M.D. 

(Assigned to Tulane Pediatrics from May 10, 1957 to June 30, 1967) 

RESIDENTS FROM OTHER HOSPITALS AND DEPARTMENTS 

William McBride. M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 7/1/56 to 9/30/56) 

Louis Burroughs, M.D. 

( Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
ieans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 7/1/56 to 9/80/6S) 

Robert t. Cox, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans— assigned to Tulane Medicine from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Nicholas P. DePasquale, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

Robert L. Andreae, M.D, 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

John C. Kistler, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

Charles Fitch, M.D. 

i Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 4/1/57 to 8/30/5T) 

Wm. H. Mosby, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 4/1/57 to fi/30/57) 

Dean A. Smith, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Ochsner Foundation Hospital. New Orleans — 
a-swisned to Tulane Orthopedic Surgery from 7/1/66 to 13/31 /SO 

O. Dabeiies, M.D. 

(Resident from EENT Hospital, New Orleans — assigned to Tulane 
Ophthalmology from 7/1/5B to 9/30/66) 

Lyndell W. Blackmon, M.D. 

(Resident from EENT Hospital, New Orleans— assigned to Tulane 
Ophthalmology from 10/1/56 to 12/31/56) 

27 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Joseph G. Seeger, M.D. 

(Resident from EENT Hospital, New Orleans — assigned to Tulane Oph- 
thalmology from 1/1/57 to 3/S1/57) 

Donald G. Hassig, M.D. 

(Resident from EENT Hospital, New Orleans— assigned to Tulane Oph- 
thalmology from 4/1/57 to 6/30/67) 

Ramon Mouton, M.D. 

(Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans — as- 
signed to Radiology from 3/15/56 to 3/15/57) 

Albert Hendler, M.D. 

(Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans — as- 
signed to Radiology from 8/15/56 to 6/30/57) 

Geraldine Marie Peiffer, M.D. 

(Resident from Massachusetts General Hospital — assigned to Anesth- 
ology from 1/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

Jan Probst, M.D. 

(Resident from Massachusetts General Hospital — assigned to Tulane 
Pediatrics from 1/7/57 to 2/17/57) 

John Zimmerman, M.D. 

(Resident from Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Ohio — assigned to Pathology 
from 3/1/57 to 3/31/57) 

David Shurtleff, M.D. 

(Resident from Massachusetts General Hospital — assigned to Tulane 
Pediatrics from 4/1/57 to 5/17/57) 

Charles Stern, M.D. 

(Resident from. Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans— as- 
signed to Tulane Ophthalmology from 2/7/57 to 6/30/57) 



28 



CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1956 — June 30, 1957 



Rotating Interns 



James A. Affleck, M.D. 

Eugene G. Anderson, M.D. 
John Attrep, M.D. 
Enoch J. Authement, Jr., M.D. 
Jerry <;. Harwell, M.D. 
Paul V. ISartholow, M.D. 
orgs \v. Beddtngfield, M.D. 

James M. Boglo, M.D. 
Donald D. Brown, M.D, 
William B. Bryan, M.D. 
Brace M. Carruthers, M.D. 
Joel A. Clark. Jr., M.D. 
Lee S. C'i 

Kelvin J. Corry, M.D. 
John H. Counce, M.D. 

milla Ann Coward In, M.D. 
Edmund H. Crane. Jr., M.D. 
' Jrochet, M.D. 
v C. DeRardeleben, Jr., M.D, 
Philbert J. Demarfe, Jr., M.D. 

■ Ion J. Deshotels, M.D. 
Donald Edward Dare, Jr., M.D. 
Roy Morris Driggers, J1.li. 
Edward B. Edrlngton, M.D. 
Marvin I*. Eisenberg, M.D. 

raid M. English, M.D. 
Wesley .1. Fernandez, M.D. 
.b.hn F. Ferry, M.D. 
n B. Flood, M.D. 
William H. Gadow, Jr., M.D. 
C. Geer, M.D. 
nur W. Gottman. M.D. 
, E. Gouaux, M.D. 
M. Graham, M.D. 
P. Guerrlero, M.D. 
.1. 1 [addad, Jr., M.D. 
le Otis Hagood. M.D. 
■ ,l It. Hate, .M.D. — 

igned 2/28/57 
, rlk I.. Hansen, M.D. 
.i \\ Hamilton, Jr., M.D. 
in G. Haynle, M.D. 
Hiflir.nl H. HellinRer. M.D. 
I , < ■. Menson, M.D. — Leave of 
absence — 1/1/57 to 6/30/57 

HlggS, M.I). 
ge B. Hlgley, Jr., M.D. 
John H. Hill. M.D. 
Marvin A. Hlxoa, M.D. 
ar V. Howell. Jr., M.D. 

W. Jackson, M.D. 
, i ml A. Jacques, M.D. 
, id C. Juberg, M.D. 



Arnold H. Kassanoff, M.D. 

Aaron H. Katcher. M.D. 

Charles C. Ktmura, M.D. 

Martin H. Klein, M.D. 

Carl A. Kline, M.D. 

Clement C. Laurent. Jr., M.D. 

Richard M. Levy. M.D. 

George A. Limbeck, M.D. 

Lawrence H. Under, M.D. 

Ann I. Long. M.D. 

Charles G. Longenecker, M.D. 

Donald C. Mack. M.D. 

Stuart H. Mann, M.D. 

Johnny A. MarascalCO, M.D. 

Violet B. Matovich, M.D. 

Clarence A. Mclntyre, Jr., M.D. 

Frank T. McPherson, M.D. 

Charles A. Meng, M.D. 

Alexandre C. filler, Jr., M.D. 

William O. Miller, MR 

William G. Moore, M.D. 

Betty J. Morphy, M.D. 

Wanda M, Moseley. M.D. 

John S. Noell, M.D. 

Joseph Paul Palermo, Jr., M.D. 

Richard K. S. Pang. M.D. 

A. Mark Parker, M.D. 

George s. Paxton, M.D. 

Joseph B. I'i'cot, M.D. 

Robert H. Persellln, M.D. 

Harvey M. Pewitt, M.D. 

Carl .1. Poche. MP. 
Rodney F. Porr<>. M.D. 

Walter H. Puj»h. M.D. 

Ruber* M. Read. M.ll. 
Oeorge E. Rees, M.D. 
William Rhea, M.D. 
Jerry B. Roebuck, M.D. 
Ira D. Rothfeld, M.D. 
Hector M. Ruis, M.D. 
William C. Sanders, M.D. 
Harry R, Secoy, M.D. 
Donald J. Sekinper. M.D. 
John K. Short, M.M. 
John W. Simpson, M , l », 
James M. Sloan. M.D. 
George F. Smith, M.D. 
Clovis J. Snider. M.D. 
Morton Solomon, M.D. 
George G. Sterne, M.D, 
Paul J. Stewart, M.B. 
Anton J. Stifter, MJD. 
Cay A. St. Romaln. 



29 



INTERN STAFF— (Continued) 



Gardnel A. Sylvester, M.D. Thomas S. R. Ward. M.D, 

Daniel A. Talbot. M.D, James M. Watanabe, M.D. 

Paul R. Tennis, M.D. John C. Watts, M.D. 

Ronald K. Tlschler. M.D. Harry E. Webb, M.D. 

James J. Townsend, M.D. George H. Williams, M.D. 

Vincent V. TummlneHo, M.D. James MaeAdams Williams, M.D. 

Cleveland Turner, Jr., M.D. Jack L. Winters, M.D. 

Guy J. Waggensp&ck, M.D. Warren V. Wulfekunler, M.D. 

Robert L. Ward, M.D. Robert L. Yager, M.D. 

July 1, 1956— July 31, 195? 

William R. Ptomey, M.D. 
(Leave of absence for one month during above period) 

July 1, 1956 — December 31, 1956 

March 1, 1957— August 31, 1957 
Anthony W. Orlandella. M.D. 

July 16, 1955— July 15, 1956 
Stephen T. J. Lee, M.D. 

August 1, 1955— July 31, 1956 
Grady E. Hill, Jr.. M.D. 

January 1 r 1956— December 31, 1956 
Woodruff A. Banks. Jr., M.D. 

October 1, 1956— June 30, 1957 
Roland Davles Jackson, M.D, 

January 1, 1957 — December 31, 1957 
John P. Phillips, M.D. 

April 1, 1957— June 30, 1958 
Kay J. Smallwood, M.D. 

Interna Hated below from the United States Public Health Service Hospital, 
New Orleans, Louisiana, served In Charity Hospital on the Tulane Pediatrics 
Service for periods listed: 

July and August 1956 January and February 1957 

W. E. Williamson, M.D. John S. Basone, M.D. 

Ray L. Zleg-ler, M.D. Howard E. Braun, M.D. 

September and October 1956 March and April 1957 

Richard H. Maley, M.D. whitman Fraser, M.D. 

William Weinstein, M.D. Robert F. Johns, M.D. 

November and December 1956 May and June 1957 

Wesley R Dyer, M.D. William F. Gertson, M.D. 

Bernle W. Feather, M.D, Vernon O. Larson, M.D. 

ORAL SURGERY INTERNS 
July 1, 1956— June 30, 1957 

John N. Glaroll, D.D.S. James D. Price, D.D.S. 

Bernard C. Holller, D.D.S. Vincent L. Lagattuta, D.D.S. 

January 1, 1957— June 30, 1957 
Robert R. Debes, D.D.S. 

30 



EXTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1956 — June 30, 1957 



PATHOLOGY 

H. Paulsen Armstrong 1/11/56 

Frederick C. Atkinson _ _ 6/1/56 

Gerald L. Batte 6/1/56 

Donald E. Blocker „ , 5/21/56 

Eugene Borowitz 6/2/56 

Robert V. Cazayoux 8/21/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Blood Bank) 

Enrique Chi 5/28/56 

John E. Daigre .. 6/1/57 

Nicholas D'Amato 10/1/54 

William C. Dale 10/22/56 

George M. Farrow 4/1/55 

George J, Garzotto 9/23/55 

James A. Gray 6/1/56 

Carlton C. Griffin 6/25/56 

Michael Halphen 11/1/56 

(Transferred from Externship in Doctors and 
Patients Library) 

Thomas V. Holmes 6/9/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Medical Records 
Library) 

Edwin P. Jenevein 6/1/66 

Fred J. Kittler 10/11/54 

Charles F. McConnell 8/6/56 

James M. McCready 9/23/55 

Joseph E. Paysse 6/6/56 

Willis M. Russell 5/31/56 

Roland F. Samson 6/5/66 

Bennett N. Sewell 5/31/56 

Stanislaus St. Martin 12/12/55 

Marvin Stuckey 8/6/66 

(Transferred from Externship in Medical Rec- 
ords Library) 

Herbert Sussman 9/3/56 

Robert Turkel 11/5/66 

Robert S. White 6/1/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Doctors and 
Patients Library) 

Paul Young 6/1/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Blood Bank) 

BLOOD BANK 

A. J. Axelrod 6/5/57 

Duncan D. Burford 5/23/56 

Robert V. Cazayoux 5/1/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Pathology) 

Doyle Cochran 9/1/54 

Jack C. Hoover 3/8/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Medical Rec- 
ords Library) 



Date* of Service 
From To 



6/1/57 
6/30/57 
6/31/57 

6/30/57 

8/1/56 

4/30/57 

8/30/57 
6/30/67 
5/31/57 

4/13/57 
6/1/57 

5/24/57 

6/30/57 
7/7/56 

6/30/57 



8/25/56 



6/30/57 
5/31/57 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
8/30/56 
6/30/57 
6/30/57 
5/31/57 
10/31/56 
9/26/56 



6/5/57 

12/15/56 

6/30/57 



6/30/57 



6/30/67 
6/30/67 
6/30/57 

6/30/57 
6/30/67 



31 



EXTERN STAFF— (Continued) 



Dates of Service 
From To 

James A. Howell 12/12755 10/12/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Rehabilitation 
Unit) 
Lawrence L. MeAlpine 10/13/56 3/8/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Rehabilitation 
Unit) 

Daniel C. Newbill 6/20/57 6/30/S7 

Joseph E. Payssee 6/5/57 6/20/57 

Louis H. Stern 6/1/54 5/1/57 

Paul C. Young _ 5/1/56 5/31/57 

(Transferred to Externship in Pathology) 

DOCTORS AND PATIENTS LIBRARY 

Ferdie Bordeaux 6/1/57 6/30/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Medical Rec- 
ords Library) 

James M. Budd 9/10/56 6/30/57 

James Dawes 11/1/56 5/17/57 

Michael F. Halphen 5/18/55 10/31/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Pathology) 
Thomas V. Holmes -. 6/1/57 6/30/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Medical Rec- 
ords Library) 

Robert H. Schulingkatnp 11/22/55 6/30/57 

Robert S. White 5/18/55 5/31/67 

(Transferred to Externship in Pathology) 

REHABILITATION UNIT 

James A. Howell, Jr 10/13/56 6/30/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Blood Bank) 
Lawrence L. MeAlpine 6/1/56 10/12/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Blood Bank) 

MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 

Carroll L. Ancelet 5/28/56 6/30/57 

Ferdie Bordeaux 3/15/57 5/31/57 

(Transferred to Externship in Doctors and Pa- 
tients Library) 
Thomas V. Holmes 8/26/56 5/31/57 

(Transferred to Externship in Doctors and Pa- 
tients Library) 
Jack C. Hoover 6/1/56 3/7/57 

(Transferred to Externship in Blood Bank) 

James J. Murtagh 6/1/57 6/30/57 

Anthony G. Poehe 6/1/57 7/9/57 

Roland Ratzlaff 6/26/55 5/31/66 

(Transferred to Externship in Psychiatry) 

Fred Sahhar 6/1/55 6/1/57 

Marvin Stuckey 6/4/56 8/5/56 

(Transferred to Externship in Pathology) 
Henry Watanabe 6/1/57 6/30/57 



32 



EXTERN STAFF — (Continued) 

Dates of Service 
From To 

PSYCHIATRY 

Roland Ratzlaff 6/1/56 6/30/57 

(Transferred from Externship in Medical Rec- 
ords Library) 

Stanley Sizeler 6/1/56 10/14/56 

James E. Weilbaecher 10/16/56 6/30/57 

The Senior Dental Students of Loyola University of New Orleans, School 
of Dentistry, served as Externs assigned to Dentistry for periods listed: 

June 24, 1956 - July 21, 1956 

J. W. Portwood 
Ernest Bateman 
Norman Berger 

July 22, 1956 -August 11, 1956 

Albert Ford 

John Estes 

Joseph DePaula 

August 12, 1956- September 1, 1956 

Revill Matthews 
Lloyd Ching 
J. C. Berry 

September 2, 1956 - September 22, 1956 

Jerry Veillon 

Andrew Townes 

Clay Hunley 

September 23, 1956 - October 13, 1956 

Jon Daniels 

John Shea 

Kenneth Davidson 

October 14, 1956 - November 3, 1956 

Robert McKee 

Russell Crapanzano 

Victor Della-Guistina 

November 4, 1956 - November 24, 1956 

Dennis Ross 

Richard Curry 

Donald Duvigneaud 

November 25, 1956 - December 15, 1956 

Richard Williams 

Wert White 

Charles Jones 

December 16, 1956 - January 5, 1957 

Arthur Moles 

Oliver Leonard 

Rafael Munoz-Noya 

33 



EXTERN STAFF— (Continued) 



January G, 1957 - January 26, 1957 

E. Dean Cason 
James Atkinson 
Kermit Adkins 

January 27, 1957 - February 16, 1957 

Louis Monteleone 

Philip Hage 

Lathan Garcia 

February 17, 1957 • March 9. 1957 

Dale Miller 
L. David Laeour 
Douglas D. Keller 

March 10, 1957 - March 30, 1957 

Carroll Bernard 

Felix Cannella 

William Youngblood 

March 31, 1957 ■ April 20, 1957 

Leonard Hendricks 

Horace Long 
Howard O'Gorman 

April 21, 1957 - May 11, 1957 

Robert Olivier 
Raymond Rocker 
Maurice Shahon 

May 12, 1957 - June 1, 1957 

Carl A. Gumpert 

James L. Haeen, Jr. 

John A. Maloney 

June 2, 1957 • June 22, 1957 
Daniel O. Conwill 

Val Acosta 
Wm. Augilo-Dies 

June 23, 1957 - July 13, 1957 

Roland A. Catre 

Sam S. Vinci 

Franklyn B. Copeland 



34 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July I, 1956 -June 30, 1957 

LSU UNIT 

MEDICINE 



W. R Akenhead, il.H 
Oscar Blitz, M.D. 
>I. J. Dupuy, M.D. 
F. A. Eigenbrod, VLB 
W. W. Frye. M.D. 
J. E. Garcia, M.D. 
M. Gardberg, M.D. 
C. J. Gulotta, M.D. 
ur Hull. M.D. 



Consultant 
N. F. Thiberge, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physician* 

P. IS. Johnson, M.D. 
L. Levy, IT, M.D. 
J. L. Locasclo, M.D. 
F X. Marino, M.D. 
L. A. Monte, M.D. 
Louis Ochs, Jr., M.D. 
II. D. Ogden, M.D. 
C. Rabin, M.D. 
J. H. s.>a bury. M.D. 
P. M. Tiller, M.D. 



Visiting 

.-:. Antiri. M.D 

treason, M.D. 
Spencer Berry, M.D. 
.r I-:. Blum, III. M.D. 
J. Bobear. M.D. 
Jane Carver, M.D, 

R. II. Crate M.D.— Resigned 11/30/66 
H. E. Daacomb, M.D. 

• it-hurry. M.D. 
A A. Flores, M.D. 
N. s. albert, M.D. 
S. Halle, M. D. 
i : B. Haspel, M.D. 
I I VV\ Hayes, M.D. 
\V. .1. HolIlB. M.D. 
A. L. Hyman, M.D, — Transferred to 

Tulane Medicine 
M. W. Jumel, M.D. 
T. T. Justice, M.D. 
M. H. Kaplan, M.D. 
8, K. Landry, M.D. 
J. T. I«ckert, M.D. 



Physicians 

F. X. Lothsciluetz, M.D. 

H. A. Lott, M.D. 

C. B. Luikart, M.D. 

\V. M. Luikart, M.D. 

Gordon McHardy, M.D. 

II. K. Meleney, M.D. 

E. A, Munyan, M.D. 

I. Mustow, M.D. 

K. G. Nix, M.D. 

I, Kesri,, m.d. 

J. P. Bull, M.D. 

J. S. Salatich, M.D. 

J. J. Sbjnorellt, M.D. 

I. Singer, M.D. 

J. B. Stotler, mm 

J I. Sutton. M.D. 

S. W, Tuthill. M.D. 

C. A. Wnggenspack, M.D. 

J. J. Walsh, M.D. — Transferred to 

Tulane Medicine 
S. M. Wingo, M.D. 

c. H. womack, M.D. 



W. J- Boyer, M.D. 
L. D. Btiltman, M.D. 



K. Hueding, M.D. 
T. E. Mansour, Ph.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

R. J. McHardy, M.D. 
A. C. Plauche, M.D. 
W. N. Hiatt, M.D. 

Scientists 

H. J. Saz, Ph.D. 

J. H. Trapold, Ph.D. 



35 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R, L. Simmons, M.D. 

Scientists 
J. H. Miller. Ph.D. J. C, Swartz welder. Ph.D. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
G. Gaethe, M.D. C. B. Kennedy, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

C. I. Black, M.D. H. W. Jolly, M.D. 

D. F. Bradley, M.D. L. K. Mundt, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician 
J. M. Brook, M.D. 

NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

Senior Visiting Physician 
II. O. Colomb. M.D.— Psychiatry R. M. PaiUUson. M.D.— Neurology 

R. A. Matthews, M.D.— Psychiatry C. Watkins, M.D.— Psychiatry 
(Resigned 9/15/66) T. A. Walters, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Visiting Physicians 

C. P. Adatto, M.D. — Psychiatry H. P. Harris, Jr.. M.D.— Psychiatry 

K. H. Beach, M.D.— Psychiatry M, E. Johnson, M.D.— Neurology 

,\. M. Blood, M.D.— Psychiatry E. H. Knlprht, M.D.— Psych hi try 

J. E. Chappuis, M.D.— Psychiatry M. F. Miller, M.D.— Psychiatry 

F. H. Davis. M.D. — Psychiatry N H. Rucker, M.D. — Psychiatry 
M. K. DfBolt, M.D.— Psychiatry tan Stevenson. M.D.— Psychiatry 

G. Ferriss, M.D. — Neurology M. Sugar, M.D. — Psychiatry 

L, C, Hants, M.D. — Psychiatry W. C. Super, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
Loyce Buie, M.D. — Psychiatry E. J. Coda, M.D.— Psychiatry 

K. A. Ritter, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Scientists 
N. P. Dellls, Ph.D. T. W. Richards, Ph.D. 

Lewis C. Mokraach, Ph.D. H. K. Stone, Ph.D. 

PEDIATRICS 

Consultant 

S. Schaefer, BCD. 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R. L. Fowler, M.D. 

36 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Esther Andersnn, M.D. 
O. W. Brown, M.D. 
B. W. Everiat, MJ>. 
H B. Levy, M.D. 

M. IV. Mcuuitty, M.D, 
W. T. NfewBom, 31. D. 



M C. Allen. M.D. 
W. F. Calhoun, M.D. 
M. A. Curry, M.D. 
V. L. DILeo, M.D. 
Elaine G. Fichter, M.D. 
\\ Galliano, M.D. 
T. J. Garvey, m.D. 
a. J. Giorlando, M.D. 



K. T. Brown, M.D. 
G. Halphen, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

R. Novtek, M.D. 

I". Rosen baum, M.D. 

R. Sappen field, M.D. 

A. Stamler, M.D. 

B. N. Wexler, M.D. 
D, York, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Martha Haley, M.D. 

,i. ii. Manson, M.D. 
i: C. Mason, M.D. 
M. L. Obi-iiM'huin, M.D. 
Mildred R. Passmore, M.D. 
Patsy K. Phelps, M.D. 
V- A. Puyau. M.D. 
J. R. Strain, M.D. 
A. L. Wedgeworth, M.D. 

Volunteer Assistants 

R. A. Hardy. M.D. 
J. K. Winter, MM. 



It. L. Holman, M.D. 



EL m. Hartwell, M.D. 
w. K, Jaquea, M.D. 
II. C. McGlU, M. D. 
A. L. McQuown, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Pathologists 

P. Plzzolato, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

R, Muelllng, M.D. 
W. G. Xnthacker. M.D. 
C. S. Peti;-, M.D. 
M. S. Samuels, M.D. 
I- L. Swan, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Pathologists 
P. Cnoppln, M.D— Military Leave M. E. Robinson, M.D. 

T. K. Farrls, M.D. J. p. Strong, M.D. 



A N. Barber, Ph.D. 

F. G. Brazda, Ph.D. 

G. J. Buddingh, M.D, 



J. Adrtani, M.D. 



Scientists 

A. S. Harris, Ph.D. 

J. R. Meier, M.D. 

W. C. VonGlahn, M.D. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE 

Senior Visiting Physician 
N. Polmer, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Anesthesiologists 

Wilmer Baker, M.D. 



37 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



K, Bray, M.D. 



C. C. Craighead, M.D. 
J. L. DILeo, M.D. 
I. W. Kaplan, M.D. 
Samuel Karlln, M.D. 
Howard H, Karr. M.D. 
Alfred R. Longacre, M.D. 
Howard Mahomer, M.D. 



H. M. Albert, M.D. 
W. F. Becker, M.D. 
I. Cohn, Jr., M.D. 
R. II. Corales, M.D. 
J. L Elliott, M.D. 
R. A. Faust, M.D. 
William Leon, M.D. 
I. A, Levin, M.D. 
R. W. Levy, M.D. 
F. W. Maher, M.D. 



Visiting Anesthesiologists 
L. L Dismuke. M.D. 

SURGERY 

Consultant 
Isidore Cohn, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

C. J. Mlangolarra, M.D, 
w 1111am D, Norman, M.D. 
.innn'H i >. Rtves, M.i', 
Samuel A. llnmann, M.D. 
Sam B. Salewitz, M.D. 
M. Lyon Stadlem, M.D. 
Lawrence H. Strug, M.D. 
Carl N. Wahl. M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

W. C. Miller, M.D. 

M. B. Myers, M.D. 

W. W. Ogden, M.D. 

J. T. Nix, M.D. 

L. K. Richardson, M.D. 

W. A. Roy, M.D. 

Malter A. Satatich, M.D. 

Rowena Spencer, M.D. 

Albert SI. Raymond, M.D. 

L. T. Tyler, M.D. 
V. Tedesco, M.D. 



George G. Miles, M.D. 



F. J. Bertucci, M.D. 
P. L. Danna, M.D. 
A. Golden, M.D. f 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Consultant 

P. Graffagnino, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

D. w. Goldman, M.D. 
W. K. Levy, M.D. 
M. L. McCall, M.D. 





Visiting 


Surgeons 


R. Blla, M.D. 




F. S. Oser, M.D. 


J. M. Brocato. M.D. 




I>\ B. I'iissiolato, U . 1 > 


F. O. Brumfleld, M.D. 




A. K. Seltman, M.D. 


C. M. Dougherty, M.D. 




E. C. Smith, M.D. 


C. F. Goll, M.D. 




J. D. Thompson, M.D 


L J. Joseph, M.D, 




H. J. Tatum, M.D. 


A. H. Lassen, M.D. 




R J. Trace, M.D. 


L. F. McCune, M.D. 




S. V. Ward, M.D. 


A. Mickal, M.D. 




W. H. Weese, M.D. 


A. T. Montagnino, M.D. 




C. G. Wichser, M.D. 


J. G. Mule. M.D. 




Z. Wohl, M.D. 




J. Zoller, M.D. 



38 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



j. e. Cox. m,d. 

F. T. Given, M.I). 
A. Pen ton, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

R. E. Sawyer. M.D. 
.1. H. Rollins, M.D- 
P. H. Wikl3< M.D. 

Scientist 
Karl Bolten, M.D. 



N. C. Farrlngton, M.D. 



J. H. Andrews, M.D, 



V. M. Fucha, M.D. 



A. Pallia. M.D. 
O. Joseph, M.D. 



L Cahen, M.D. 



W. H. Brent, M.D. 
Q. C. Brown, M.D. 
W. H. Newman, M.D. 



j I. T. Bcacham, M.D. 



I. j. Glassberjj, M.D. — 
" Resigned 10/15/56 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

G. M. Halk, M.D. N. L. Han, M.I). 

Visiting Surgeon 
G. S. Ellis, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

Win. H. Wyckott, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 
H. A. Thomas, M.D. 



J- P. Palermo. M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

W. J. Rein, M.I). 
G. J. Taquino, M.D. 
A. D. Montgomery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 
H. Zoller, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. T, Simon, M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

J. F. Nabos, M.D. 
I. Redk-r, M.p. 

A. Stander, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

M. M. Green, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. H. Grimm, M.D. 
R. Morrow, M.D. 

R. F. Sharp, M.D. 



39 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1956 — June 30, 1957 

TULANE UNIT 

MEDICINE 



Robert Bernhard, M.D. 
O. W. Bethea, M.D. 
George E. Burch, M.D. 



IX C, Browne, M.D. 
Maurice Campagna, M.D. 
Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D. 
Sydney Jacobs, M.D. 
P. H. Jones, M.D. 



Consultants 

Louis J. Dubos, M.D. 
P. L. Querens, M.D. 

K. II. Turner, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

I. L. Robbins, M.D. 
J. 11 Schenthal, M.D. 
A. S'esalnff, M.D. 
<_'. J. Tripoli, M.D. 
W. G. Unglaub, M.D. 



Visiting 

W. R Arrowsmfth, M.D. 

II. M. Hiitson, M.D. 

R. Birchsill, M.D. 

J. Block, M.D. 

J. K. Bradford, M.D. 

E. Bresler, M.D. 
R. E. Burch, M.D 
L. Cabiran, M.D. 

K. K. Christian, M.I). 
Wm. D. Davis. M.D. 

B. J. DeLaureal, M.D. 
V. .1. Derbea, M.D. 

J. P. Fax, M.D. 
\. Goldstein, M.D. 
D. I* Gordon, M.D. 
H. B. Greenberg, M.D. 
H. B Hatch, M.D. 
H. Horack. M.D. 

F. M. Hunter, M.D. 
A, Ilyman, M.D. 

T. N, James, M.D. 

C. A. Jones, M.D.— Resigned 8/11/56 
C. C. Joseph, M.D. 

R. C. June, M.D. 
ii. a. Slain, m.d. 
R, H. Linn, M.D. 
W. D. Locke. M.D. 



Physicians 
\V. D. Love. M.D. 

J. A. Magne, M.D. 
J .D. Martin, M.D. 

E. de S. Matthews, MJ3. 

F. J. Muriaon, M.D. 
C, S, Nadler, M.D. 

W. J. Mogabgab, M.D. 

J. G. Parker, M.D. 

.1. ('. ti. Waterson, M.D. 

F. A. Pou, M.D. 

A. Prieto, M.D. 

C. T. Ray, M.D. 

F. L. Renter, M.D. 
M. Saunders, M.D. 
C. C. Sprague, M.D. 
S. A. Threefoot, M.D, 
H. K. Threefoot, M.D. 
W. J. Tr nut man, M.D. 
T. F. Treuting, M.D. 
W. L. Treuting, M.D. 

A. J. Walker, M.D.— Educ. Leave 
X. K. Wi-iiwr, M.D. 

G. E. Welch, M.D. 
Hoy White. M.I '. 
T. E. Weiss, M.D. 
M. Zlsklnd, M.D. 
J. J. Walsh. M.D. 



T. Dloch, M.D. 

C. 3T. Bowers, M.r>. 

C. L, Brown, Jr., M.D. 
W. Calvert, M.D. 

E. Comer, M.D. 

D. P. Conwell, M.D.— 
Resigned 8/31/56 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

J. F. Dingman, M.D. 
L. C. Eyrlch, 
E. B. Ferguson, M.D. 
L, H. GokKn. M.D. 
M. Oolrtfleld, M.D. 
L. C. Horan, M.D. 
M. Himil'i'ccht, M.D. 



40 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



I.. Hutchinson, M.D. 

r. i'. Incaprera, M.D.— Mil. Leave 

l: C. Kelleher, M.D. 

M, J. LeDoux, M.D, 

J. M. MaeCurdy, M.D. 

Malarot, M.D.— Mill 



P. C. Beaver, Ph.D. 
Ann K. Garrera, M.D. 
A! ft. Hack. Ph.D. 
A. Miller, Ph.D. 



^, 


[.. 


Mlddlelon, .M.D. 


eave H 


a 


Palmer, M.D. 


J- 


EC 


Phillips, M.D 


W 


II 


Schindel, M.D. 


M, 


J. 


Weialer, M.D. 


Leave I. 


Ya.Rtr, M.D. 


F. v. Mayer, M.D. 


Scientists 




O. 


N. 


Miller, Ph.D. 


It. 


!'. 


Sandman, Ph.D. 


M. 


F. 


Shaffer, Ph.D. 


W. 


Pelon, Ph.D. 



J. W*. Burks, M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

Let- D. McLean, M.D. 



\' ,\1\ ftrado, M.D, 
iber, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

J. D. Krafehuk, M.D. 

W. K. Reed, M.D. 
R. Rosa, Jr., M.D. 



NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

Consultant 
W, J. Otis, M.D, — Psychiatry 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R, G. Heath, M.D. — Psychiatry-Neurology 



Visiting 
.[ \V. BlcK, M.D. — Neurology 
>•'. W. Brewer, M.D.— Psychiatry 
J. H. Brown, M.D. — 1'sychlatry 
i. Caruso, M.D. — Psychiatry 
%t. Doody, M.D. — Psychiatry 
M. L, Enelow, M.D. — Psychiatry 

v . i;|i.sLcin, M.D.— Neurology-Psy. 
R. Ervin, M.D.— Psychiatry 
. Feigley, M.D. — Psychiatry 
! > A. Freedman, M.D. — Neurology 
\v. j. (iiulpaille, M.D.— Psychiatry 
it. Head, M.D.— Psychiatry 
; nines, M.D. — Psychiatry 



Physicians 

1. A. Kraft M.D.— Psychiatry 

R C. Lancaster M.D. — Psychiatry 

H. Lesse M.D.— Psychlatry 

H. I. Lief, M.D. — Psychiatry 

I. M. Marcus, M.D. — Psychiatry 

H. W. Miles, M.D.— Psychiatry 

R. R. Monroe. M.D. — Psychiatry 

E, C. Norman, M.D.— Psychiatry 

R. Paterson. M.D.— Neurol ■itry 

H. T. Posey, M.D.— Psychiatry 

M, De W. Shelton, M.D.— Psychiatry 

T. L. L. Soniat, M.D. — Neurology 

G. L Usdin, M.D.— Psychiatry 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 
H Ruddlngton, M.D. — Psychiatry C. B. Edlsen, M.D, —Psychiatry 

C. J. Bozzi, M.D. — Psychiatry (Resigned 11/15/66) 

S. B, Cohen, M.D. — Psychiatry Gloria Jang, M.D. — Psychiatry 

(Resigned 11/16/56) C. Midlo, M.D.— Neurology 



41 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



.!. ]'. Pratt, M.r>. — Psychiatry 

(Resigned S/31/56) 
A. S. Samuels, M.D, — Psychiatry 



V. Spruietl, M.D.— Psychiatry 

(Resigned 2/1/57) 
.1. Voltagfflo. M.D.— Psychiatry 

(Resigned 8/31/56) 



Scientists 
II. E. King, Ph.D.— N'eurol-Psy. W, A. Mickle, Jr., M.D.— Neurol-Pay. 

E. E. Leach, Ph.D.— Neuroi-Fsy. K. M. young, Ph.D.— Neurol-Psy. 

PEDIATRICS 

Consultant 
M. Loeber, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
R E. de la Houssaye, M.D. R V. Platou, M.D. G. R. Williamson, M.D. 



J. Graubarth, M.D. 
C, G. Grnlee, M.D. 
.1. M. Horan, M.U. 



U •Kny K. Branch, M.D. 
M. .). BojJgH, M.D. 
H. F. Brawner, M.D. 
.1. L. Bridges, M.D. 
P. P. Cherry, M.D. 
J. A. Diaz, M.U. 

G. J. Fru thaler, M.D. 
G. G. Gibson, M.D. 
P. M. Harris, M.D, 
G. C. Hassinger, M.D. 
H. L. ICnock, M.D. 
i;. II. Lennox, MJD. 
S. L. Madey, M.D. 
W. Q. Palfrey, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

E. L. Levert, M.D. 
I-;. !■'. xaef, MJD. 
J. D. Russ, M.D. 

C. H. Snyder, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

.]. R. Powers, M.D. 
L. McLaughlin, M.D. 
W. W, Reynolds, M.D. 
x. ,i. Robinson, m.u. 
Banna Sailors, M.D. 

C. C. SIgman, M.D. 
H. G. Simon. M.D. 
('. I). Tulh-y. M.D. 
.\. II. Thallieim, M.D. 

B. F. Thompson, M.D. 

D. W. VanGelder, M.D. 
K, P, Vleth, M.D. 
(\ K. Waterman, M.D. 
W. W. Waring, M.D. 



C. E. Dunlap, M.D. 



V. H. Clark, M.D. 
J. H. Dent, M.U. 



Scientist 
H. W. Kloepfer, Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

Consultant 
W. H. Harris, Sr., M.D. 

Senior Visiting Pathologists 

Win. H. Sternberg, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

W. H. Harris, Jr., M.D. 
J. Zlskind, M.U. 
E. Farber, M.D. 



-12 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Will. G. Eckert. M.D. 
I-'. 1 1. Harris, M.D. 



K. Riilogh, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Pathologists 
J. Moossy, M.D. 
H. Sidransky, .Ml). 
O. Stewart, M.D. 

Scientists 

J. V. Plantilla. M.D. — Resigned 
H. C. PItot, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 



M. '' Beck, M.D. 



Visiting Anesthesiologists 
G. B. Gram, MD. 



P. X. Lotard, JIU 



Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 
K 6. Hill, M.D. A. J. Wyly, M.D. 

SURGERY 



.!. R. Psirmley, M.D 



W. P. Rrndfeurn, M.D. 



Consultants 
R. Matas, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



(i. V. Cassegrain, M.D. 



E. Bi' 

1'. 1\ Boyce, M.D. 

O. Creech, M.D. 

1 1. II. Echols, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

I M. Gage, M.D. 

M. Hints, M.D. 



H. R. Kahle, M.D. 

M. L. Michel, BCD, 

Alton Ochsner, M.D. 

Neal Owens, M.D. — Plastic Surgerv 

R. M, Penick, M.D. 

A. H. Storck, M.D. 



R. W. Vincent, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 



Visiting Surgeons 



p W. Acree, M I ». 
i • i •. Abbott, M.D. 
.1. A. Heskin, M.D. 
.1. B. Blatock, M.D. 

I Cerise, M.D. 
I., s. Charbonnet, M.D. 
A. C. Davidson, M.D. 
P. DeCamp, M.D. 
P. H. Ilanley, M.D. 
H. D. Klrgis. M.D. — Neurosurgery 
Kiementz, M.D. 

C. R 



V. R. Ki-oll. M.D. 

S. Logan, M.D. 

R. c. Llewellyn, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

R C. Lynch, M.D. 
J. T. McQuitty. M.I). 
D. E. Mahaffey, M.D. 
W. R. Page, M.D.— Neurosurgery 
W. C. Qulnn, M.D. 
J. E. Ray, M.D. 
D. M. Rosenberg. M.D. 
R. J. Schrumel. M.D. 
Walters. M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

E. B. Becker, M.D. — Plastic Surgery L. Krust, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 

jL C. Day, M.D. Wm G. Odom, M.D. 

B, C. Hadley, M.D. — Plastic Surgery M. J. Rathbone, M.D. 

It' \v. Hughes, M.D. — Plastic Surgery R Ryan, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 



43 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 



E. H. Countiss, M.D. 
J. S. Hebert. M.D. 
C. G. Johnson. M.D. 



D. W. Beacham, M.D. 
W. D. Beacham, M.D. 
C. G. Collins, M.D. 
J. T. Davis, M.D. 

0. R. Depp, M.D. 

1. Dyer, M.D, 

C. J. Gaekill, M.D. 



.1 A 



Absence 



R. C. Ball, M.D. 

W. P. Bradburn. M.D. 

F. R. Braden, M.D. 
K Q. Burman, M.D. 
J. H. Collins, M.D. 
R. J. Crawley, M.D. 
C. Parrls, M.D. 

A. O. Goldsmith, M.D. 
J. P. OrlKon, M.D. 
A. M. Hebert, M.D, 
.1. Kingr, M.D. 
.1. Kushner, M.D. 
P. J. Krupp, M.D. 

G. E. McCaskey, M.D. 



J. K. Avent, M.D. 
E. A. Bowman, M.D. 
H. T. Cerha, M.D. 



Consultants 

E. L. King, M.D. 

H. W. Kostmayer, M.D. 

J. W. Reddoch. M.D. 

C. H. Tyrone, M.D. 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 

M. E. Lapham, M.D. 
H. Meyer, M.D. 
R E. Moor, M.D. 
E. W. Nelson, M.D. 
M. D. Stein er, M.D. 

E. P. Thomas, M.D. 
J. C. Weed. M.D. 

Holmes, M.D. — Leave or Absence 

Visiting Surgeons 

C. F. Moll, M.D. 

F. G. Nix, M.D. 

Q. K. Posner, M.D, 

L. I. Post, M.D. 

R E. Rougelot, M.D. 

G. T. Schneider, M.D. 
Httrbl Schudmak, M.D. 
R. C. Smith, M.D. 

W. C. Scheppegrell, M.D. 
M. J. St. Romatn, Jr., M.D. 
G. F. Sustendal, M.D. 
J, R. Swartwout, M.D, 
J. C. Thorn, M.D. 
J. VanPelt, M.D. 

D. Welnstein, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

R, E. Cassidy, M.D. 
J. W. Davenport, M.D. 
\V. G. Sutlive, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 



.1. 


H 


Allen, M.D. 


B 


I,. 


Adair, M.D. 


<;. 


c. 


Bahn. M.D. 


i'. 


■v. 


Beatrous, M.D. 


s. 


R. 


Gaines, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 
W. M. Bolea, M.D. 
Visiting Surgeons 

A. F. Habeeb, M.D, 

B, R. Noble, M.D. 

J. W, Rosenthal, M.D 
R. E. Schoel, M.D. 
M. C. Wilensky, M.D. 



W. B. Clark 



J. Finkelstein, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
R. MacDonald, M.D. 



D. S. 01iv.'i\ M.l». 



44 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



C. L. Brown, M.D. 
K. ES. LeJeune, M.D. 



Jj. W, Alexander, M.D. 
It G. Lynch, M.D. 
VV. Rubin, M.D. 



a. R. Calms, M.D. 

\V. Finki-lHleln, M.D, 



R. H. Alltlredge, M.D. 
G. D. B, Berkett, M.D. 



X. J. Accardo, M.D. 
T. L. Duncan, M.D. 
K. T. Haslam, M.D. 
R. H. Hutchinson, M.D. 



E. Burns, M.D. 

W E. Kittred&e, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

J. W. McLaurin, M.D. 
E. G. Walls, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

II. G, Tabb, M.D. 
W. A. Wagner, M.D. 

C. S. Wood, M.D. 
S. Zurik, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

M. L. Lewis, M.D. 
T. P. Raselo, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. D. Morris, M.D. 

J. K. Wickstrom, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

J. W. Newport, M.D. 

D. C. Riordan, M.D. 
Mary S. Sherman, M.D. 
H. R. Soboloff, MJD. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 
G. R. Cary, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

J. C. Menville, M.D. 
G. C. Tomskey, M.D. 



j. N. Ane, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeon 

A. M. Pratt, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

G. E. Beckman, Jr., M.D. — Resigned 1/15/57 

RADIOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 

J. V. Hopkins, M.D. 



L. J. Bristow, M.D. 
N. S. Hunt, M.D. 
T. F. Jackaon, M.D. 

i. Landry, M.D. 
! Little, M.D. 



Visiting Radiologists 

W. McDowaU, M.D. 
W. B, Xeal, M.D. 
C. P. Oderr, M.D. 
S. F. Ochsner, M.D. 
L. Richard, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Radiologist 
B. C. Buchtel, M.D. 



45 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 
July 1, 19S6 — June 30, 1957 



M. Shushan, M.I). 



INDEPENDENT UNIT 

MEDICINE 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
J. O. "Wellbaecher. Jr., M.D. 



.1. W. Well*, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

it. Aymond, M.D, (Polio) C. O. Lilly, M.D. (Radiology) 
L. G. Bole, M.D. B, (>. Morrison, M.li. 

L. A. Caboche. M.D., (Allergy) s. L. Schlllesci, M.D. 



B. HochiVl.l. i. Ml I. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 
p. Ilyn.,1, M.D. 



II. K M.D 



II. 
J. 



■halatrom, m.d. 
F. Craven, M.D. 



PEDIATRICS 

Senior Visiting Physician 
\Y. c. Uiv.-ni.iirk, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

J. M. Perret. Jr., M.D, 
H. Rothschild, M.D. 

H. C. Tolmas, M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Physician 

Y. M. HcniliK'tun. M.l>. 



W. K. Hr<-wnti-r. M.D. 



SURGERY 

Consultants 
E. L. Irwin, M.D. 



K. J. Richard, M i • 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

C. W. Mattlngly, M.D. 



R. L. lluek. M.D. 

J. A. Colclougl), M.D. (Neurosurgery) J. F, Oakley, Mi) 

L. 

F. 



Leggto, MUD. 
I.. Loria, M.D. 



C. .1. Brown, M.D. 
,1. C. Hums, M.D. 
A. (Yriiielin, M.D. 

J. M. Clara vclla, M.D. 

D. S. Condle, M.D. 
J. C. Decuers, M.D. 



L. J. O'Neli, M.D. 
F. A. Planehe, M.D. 
J. K. Stone, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

.i. I.. Garcia, m.d. (Neurosurgery) 

A. N. Houston. M.D. 

.1, M, Lyons, M.i>. 

M, M. Rosenthal, Ml). 

i; J. Spedale. MM. (Temporary) 
W. H. Svll, M.I). 



46 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



N". J. Chetta, M.D. 
M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. L. Kron, M.D. 
C. A. Roberts, M.D. (Anea.) 
W. J. Schullngkamp, M.D. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 



' dolph Jacobs, M.D. 
T. B. Sellers, M.D. 



Hone, M.D. 
J. Cohen, M.D. 



II. R. Cohen, M.D. 
V. Culotta, M.D. 

rls, M 1 1. (Trans, to 
Tul. Ob-Gyn) 

Gamblno, M.D. 



Consultants 

H. V. Sims, M.D. 
E. L. Zander, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. Leidunheimer, Jr., M.D 
M. I', Scliwarzenbach, M.D. 
N. J. Tessitore, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

A. O. Goldsmith, M.D. 

(Trans, to Tul. Ob-Uyn.) 
P. J. Krupp, MR 

(Trans, to Tul. Ob-Gyn.) 



ORTHOPEDiC SURGERY 

Senior Visiting Surgeon 
Lyon K. Lootnis, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 
T. K- Edwards. M.D. 



■ lark, M.D. 
I.. H. DesBordes, M.D. 



| A . Goldman, M.D. 



\ Heed, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
J- B. Gooch, M.D. 



J. H. Laroae, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

P. B. Daatrapes, M.D, 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 
Senior Visiting Surgeon 
Jack R. Anderson, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 
A. Kellnor, M.D. 

UROLOGY 



E. W. Stevenson, MP, 
(Resigned IS/J 



Consultants 

Monroe Wolf, M.D. 



47 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



B. L. Jacobs, M.D. 



T. a. Gross, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeon 

R. J. Mailhes. M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

J. "W. Vaudry, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

Senior Visiting Radiologist 
H. Duhe, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 
George A, Shipnmn, M.D. 



IL 1.. Zengel, M.D. 



L, Kllnger, M.D. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL DENTAL VISITING STAFFS 
July 1, 1956 — June 30, 1957 



INDEPENDENT DENTAL UNIT 

Consultant 
A. D, Smith, DDK. 



P. B. 
B. C. 
R, P. 



V F, 
J. O. 



Ducasse. D.D.S. 
Gore, D.D.S. 
Greene, D.D.S. 



Frey, D.D.S. 
Kuebe!, D.D.S. 



Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Joseph L. Piazza, D.D.S, 
Peter B. Salatlch, Jr., D.D.S. 
Blaise Salattan, D.D.S., M.D. 
L. L. Levy, D.D.S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

W. A. Scheffler, D.D.S. 
H, F. Smith, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 



J. J. Colomh, D.D.S. R. C. Oster, D.D.S. 

J. T. Kirn, III. D.D.S. A. Whitley, D.D.S. 

LOYOLA DENTAL UNIT 



Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 
K. .1. Houghton, D.D.S. H. W. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Douglas Parker, M.D., D.D.S S. L. Tlbller, D.D.S. 

D. L. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 
C. A. Amnions. D.D.S. — Edue. Leave J. S. Kim. D.D.S. 
H. H. Davis, Jr., D.D.S. J. H. Quinn, D.D.S. 

W. O. Goff&ln, D.D.S. I'. E. Smith, D.D.S. 

W. A. Hall, D.D.S. T. J. Tibller, D.D.S. 

V. Halperln, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 
M. M. Heller, D.n.H. J. M. Sartln, DDK, F. L. Herbert. D.D.S. 



48 



JOINT REPORT 
OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1957 



The Honorable Earl K. Long- 
governor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Dear Governor Long-; 

The Vice-President of the Board of Administrators and the Director of 
Charity Hospital submit the following report of the activities of the hospital 
the fiscal year July 1, 19"jG to June 30, 1957. 

In submitting; this annual report wo wish to acknowledge at the outsit 
oar indebtedness to the individual members of the Board for their counsel RO 
generously given in so many ways in the general administration of the Hos- 
pital They have spent many hours of their time each month In the Hospital 
rrytng out the various assignments In order that the Hospital might con- 
tinue to function smoothly and efficiently. 

Department Heads' reports of activities and accomplishments dui 
the fiscal year are well presented. The report as a whole furnishes perttc 
facts concerning the operation of this Institution during the fi It 

Is 'with great satisfaction that we wish to report that medical services 
rendered patients were of the highest quality and it is our sincere wish that 
this annual report affords you with interesting- as well as Informative reading. 

Cost of operation — As compared with the previous year, cost of operation, 
that is, ordinary recurring expenses increased $703,213.87, or 8.19% over the 

vious year from $10,836,134.89 to (11,639.3*8.76, Of the total Inere 
H60.042''!>, or 66.13% represented increases for personnel services and 
171.38, or 33.87% Increase in the Cost of contractual services and material* 
! supplies. We wish to point out that prices of most commodities v 

than during the previous fiscal year particularly medical and 
'|i:il supplies. New and expensive Innovations In the treatment of patients 
added steadily in the hospital as medical and surgical kni.v. 
u'hich partially accounts for the general increase in the COB* Ot care 
nts. 

Whereas there was made available additional funds in the amount of 

$53,498. IS from the State Board of Liquidation, in addition to our legislative 

prlation, we concluded the fiscal year with a deficit of 199,200 IT. W< 

wish to point out, however, that the hospital remitted to the State Treasury 

U42 960.14 (luring the year representing collection;: for medical services 

..red ineligible patients, etc. 

personnel — We wish to report that employee-management relations have 

a satisfactory during the year. Erapl trere granted meritorious In- 

,<.„ in pay In conformity with the State Civil Service Regulations. The 

urnover during the year equaled 52.06% of which over 75'; were of the 

I„u- paid group earning |125.00 per month or 1-ss. We ai. still el 

difficulty in ^-curing the services of qualified technical person n- 1 ai the male 

Service prevailing rate of pay. 

Purchasing — Our purchases of supplies, material, equipment and i 
tractual services for the needs of the hospital were made In accordance with 
the provisions of the state laws governing the procurement of ettp] 

49 



60 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195G-1957 

Capita] Expend itures— Expenditures for capita] outlay out of our current 
years legislative appropriation had to be limited due to the Increase in 
operating cost. Purchases of equipment during the fiscal year were as follows: 

Appropriation Fiscal Year 1955-1956 $ 36,928.07 

Appropriation Current Fiscal Year 1956-1957 17.412.53 

Endowment Funds 66.050.81 

$ 120,391.41 

-M:ijor items of equipment purchased were mostly for the replacement 
of worn out and obsolete equipment as follows: 

Automotive 

1 Kurd Courier Ambulance $ 2.589,88 

2 Cadillac Ambulances 19,059.50 

Building and General Plant 

1 Compressor 5,310.53 

1 Deaerating Heater 10,957, si: 

1 Generating Unit 2,436.00 

Laboratory — M ed tea I 

2 Urological Tables 7,940.00 

2 Diagnostic X-Ray Units 17.7iio.iir, 

: 'i- rating Room Lights 21,403.20 

>ive Appropriation for Capital Expenditures Through The 
Louisiana State Building Authority: 

At the end at the fiscal year June 30, 1956, there remained an unencum- 
bered balance of $947,015.08 from the $1,903,075.00 made available to the 
hospital as a means of financing repairs, alterations, and the replacement of 
worn out and obsolete equipment 

During the fiscal year purchases of equipment and commitments for 
alterations, repairs and purchases of equipment were as follows: 

An amount of $53,985.00 was expended for equipment for 1 1o- 
nian Station, Our present facilities are now up to date and compare 
^ favorably with the best in ihe country. 

After many months of study and ground work by the House Com- 
mittee of the Board, and with the assistance of the Chiefs of Diagnos- 
tic and Therapeutic X-Ray Departments and leading Radiologist In 
the state, tentative plans were arrived at for the complete renovation, 
expansion and replacement of worn out and obsolete equipment In the 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic X-Ray Departments located on the 7th 
and 8th Floors of the Main Hospital Building and certain other re- 
lated areas estimated to cost aa follows: 

Alterations and Additional Space , $ 485.000.00 

Additional & Replacement of Radiological 

Equipment £45.000.00 

$ 730,000.00 

The Louisiana State Building Authority was accordingly authorized to 
employ architects for drawing plans and specifications of this project which 
Is estimated to be completed and ready for operation by July 1, 1969, 
One of the boilers in the Power House was so severely damaged 
as a result of an explosion that It was found desirable to replace this 
boiler with a new one at a total cost of $53,500.00. Of this amount, 
$13,720.20 was paid out of recovery from the insurance company for 
the damaged boiler. 



JOINT REPORT OF VICE-PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR 51 

Maintenance Physical Plant — Tht> hospital buildings and equipment 
kept in good condition throughout the year to the extent of available 
funds. The cleaning, waterproofing, and the renovation of the Interior of 
the Colored Tuberculosis Building was done during the year lit a tote] 
cost of $26,008.00. The Tenth Floor of the Main Hospital Building was 
recovered with Armstrong Linotile at a cost of flO,4G1.00. It was also found 
necessary to replace the damaged compressor in the Ice Plant at a cost of 
5Ti. 054.00. A Tennis Court was constructed on the grounds of the Student 
Xurses' Home at a cost of $4,750.00. These major projects were paid uut of 
Endowment Funds. 

Patient Services — During the current fiscal year, 75,052 patients were 
admitted to the hospital as compared with 74.5S3 the previous year, an 
Increase of 163. The dally average number of patients in the hospital 

oaled 2,413. Of the total admissions, 4S.9S5, or 65.03':; were from the New 
Orleans Metropolitan Area (Orleans, Jefferson and St. Bernard Parishes), and 

A:i6 from all other parishes of the state. Seven hundred and one (701) ad- 
missions were from other states and foreign countries and were admitted as 
emergency patients. 

Out-Patient Visits — 695,957 patients were given medical treatment 
in the clinics and emergency rooms during the fiscal year as compared 
with 635,277 the previous year, an increase of 60,680. 

The Hospital Authorities have endeavored to live up to established 
policies of limiting admissions of thuse patients who are in need of (Ileal 

d surgical attention, and who are unable to pay for these services. The 
only exception to this policy being those emer- rtio seek treatm 

and who, because of their condition, must be attended to. However, if found 
Ineligible, they are billed for all services rendered. We discourage the admis- 
sion of patients who are able to pay for services for several reasons: First — 
the doctors of this city contribute many hours of their time without charge 
and at considerable sacrifice In order to serve the indigent sick. It is certainly 
n.it our purpose to compete with them in their profession. Second — we do nut 
want to compete with private hospitals. Third — as a purely practical mat 
It is costing the hospital money to administer to pay patients even though 
they pay for the services. 

During the fiscal year, the hospital collected $266,000.00 for services 

nli-reil ineligible patients, which amount was transferred tu tin State 
■ ;, jieral Fund. 

tients who can pay are only admitted to the Hospital hi emergi 

tea otherwise they are referred to private Institutions. However, an aggras- 

effort is being made by the Board to prevent abuses. 

At the regular Board meeting held on October 23, 1956, there was cr< ated 

a committee to be known as the Interdepartmental Committee composed of 

three or more members of the Board. The first project assigned to the 

mmlttee was for the study and evaluation of the problem of eligibility 
,,f patients for Charity Hospital services both In and nut patients. Mrs. 11a 
H. Slater, a member of the Board, was appointed Chairman of this Cummin 
During the fiscal year, Mrs. Slater and her committee, made extensive r< 

rch work and study concerning the creating of uniform eligibility rules 
for admission of charity patients to State General Hospitals and screening 
,,f Ineligible patients. The Board was in full accord with Mrs, Slater's 

. .nimendations as to procedure to be put into effect in the screening of 
patients in the hospital. However, to effectively screen patients on a twenty- 
four hour basis, it was estimated we would require the services of thirty- 
three additional Intake Interviewers estimated to cunt approNlniab 0.00 
annum. Due to lack of funds, we have been unable to put this program 
Into effect as yet. 



52 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

In conclusion, we wish to express our appreciation to the Sisters of 
Charity, who throughout the year, have continued to labor with the best 
interest of this hospital ana the patients within it. To the members of the 
visiting staff of doctors and to our residents and internes we express deep 
appreciation for their constant devotion to duty and for their willingness 
to assume the extra burdens placed upon them throughout the year. 

And to the Department Heads and all personnel in the hospital we 
express our thanks for their cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dr. Don L. Peterson 

Vice-President 

Board of Administrators 

Leo J. Kerne, M. D., Director 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana 
at New Orleans 



JOINT REPORT OF VICE-PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR 53 

DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS BY SERVICES 
June 30, 1957 

White Colored Unasiigned Total 

Communicable Diseases 132 132 

Dental Surgery , 6 II 12 

Dermatology 17 17 34 

Ear, Eye, Nose, Throat 37 37 74 

Fracture and Orthopedics 73 73 146 

Gynecology 32 63 96 

Jni'irmaries 38 38 

Medicine 138 134 272 

Neurology 43 42 86 

Obstetrics 53 184 237 

Observation Rooms 9 9 18 

Pediatrics 129 193 322 

Pediatric Tuberculosis 38 38 

Premature Infant Care 120 120 

Poliomyelitis 74 74 

Psychiatry 102 58 160 

Radiology 25 28 53 

Rehabilitation, Alcoholic 10 10 

Surgery. General 141 142 283 

Tuberculosis 276 296 672 

Urology 65 53 118 

Nursery, Newborn (bassinets) .. 68 120 188 

Total 1,262 1,465 364 3,081 

SUMMARY 

Adult: 

White Male 557 

White Female 492 1,049 

Colored Male 440 

Colored Female 662 1,102 

Children: 

White 129 

Colored 193 322 

Unassigned: 

White -... 47 

Colored 9 

General 364 420 

Bassinets: 

White 68 

Colored 120 188 

Total 8,081 



54 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Beds in Living Quarters as of June 30, 1957 

Tutane Avenue 

Female Quarters: 

Lady Doctors ..„ 30 

Medical Technology 30 

X-Eay Technicians 12 

Instructors and Hostess 4 76 

Internes Building: 

Internes and Residents 103 

Externs 16 119 

Main Hospital Building 

Interns and Residents (Male) 328 

Ambulance House Quarters 
Large Side: 

Dietetic Interns 9 

Small Side: 

Dietetic Interns 4 13 



Polio Center (5th Floor) 

Externs (Male) 14 

Student Nurses Residence 

Student Nurses _ 404 

Anesthesia Students 46 450 



TOTAL 1,001 

SISTER CLARISSE 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



55 



ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 

ANNUAL REPORT 

SECRETARY-TREASURER'S OFFICE 

Financial Report — Fiscal Year 1956-1957 



Operating Fund 



Exhibit 

Schedule 
Schedule 

Schedule 
Schedule 
Schedule 
Schedule 
Schedule 
Schedule 
Schedule 



I 

I 

I-A 

I-B 

I-C 

I-D 

I I-A 

II-B 

II-C 

II-D 



Schedule III-A 
Schedule III-B 
Schedule IV-A 
Schedule VII 

Schedule VIII 
Schedule IX 

Other Fund* 

Schedule X 

Endowment Fund* 

Schedule I 
Schedule II 
Schedule III 
Schedule IV 
Schedule V 
Schedule VI 
Schedule VII 
Schedule VII-A 
Schedule VIII 
Schedule IX 



INDEX 



Comments on Operations 

Balance Sheet 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditures 
Statement of Cash Balances 
Statement of Miscellaneous Income 
Statement of Capital Expenditures 
Analysis of Expenditures 

Summary of Departmental Cost of Operations 
Detail Statement of Departmental Cost of Operations 
Comparative Statement of Monthly Cost of Operations 
Comparative Statement of Departmental Cost of Oper- 
ations, Year 1955-1956 Compared with 1956-1957 
Statement of Hospital Buildings 
Statement of Hospital Equipment and Furnishings 
Statement of Unexpired Insurance Premiums 
Statement of Hospital Admissions, Discharges, and 

Pnticnt-Day Costs 
Statement of Admissions by Parishes 
Statement of Number of Employees on Payroll 



Profit and Loss Statement — Visitors Food Service 



Statement of Cash Balances 
Statement of Income Earned and Donations 
Endowment Funds — Principal 
Statement of Accumulated Earned Income 
Statement of Expenditures by Funds 
Statement of Investments in Bonds 
Statement of Investments in Homestead Stock 
Analysis — Investments in Stock 
Statement of Bond Liquidation Funds 
Statement of Bond Obligations — Serial Bonds of 193C 
and 1938 



56 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 
AT NEW ORLEANS 

COMMENTS ON OPERATIONS 
Fiscal Year July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



I submit herewith the Financial Report accounting for the Revenues 
and Expenditures of all funds for the fiscal year July 1, 1956 to June 30, 
1957. 

In the following general comments, there is presented comparisons in 
the cost of operation for the current fiscal year as compared with the 
previous year and other statistical information. 

Cost of operation increased $703,213.87 or 6.49% over the previous 
year, from $10,849,058.64 to $11,539,348.76. 

We ended the fiscal year with a deficit of $99,200.27. The Legislative 
appropriation for the fiscal year 1957-1958 provided funds to offset this 
deficit. 

I wish to point out that as authorized by the State Commissioner, 
Division of Administration, we retained from the total of $374,012.60, 
revenues collected and subject to refund to the State Treasurer, an amount 
of $31,052.46, which amount was credited to Cost of Operation in the 
month of June, as follows: 

Accounting Dept. Personnel Service Coat _ % 22,466. OS 

Fees paid to attorney for collections of 

Patients Account* Receivable 8.696.43 



S 31,052.46 



Comparative Statement — Means of Fina 

1 956-1 B57 

State Appropriation 810,867, 600, 00 

Legislative Deficiency Appr 9 9, 20 (.27 

Appr. State Hoard of 

Liquidation 63,498.18 

Bond Liquidation Fund 287, 846.08 

Federal & Other Grants 2S5.520.7O 

Transferred from Trust Funds 8,000.00 

811,569,674.82 110.848,058.84 $720,615.88 



incing 

1955-1966 
$10,364,300.00 



283.005.08 
201,752.66 



Increase 
$503,300.00 
99.200-27 

58,498.18 
4,840.10 

53,777.13 
6.000.00 



Comparative Coat of Operation 

195G-1S57 

Personal Service Cost 8 7,48G.r>fi(l."8 

Food „ 1,074.520.37 

Drugs & Surgical Supplies 1,000.388.07 

Other Operation Expenses..- 851.607.79 

Repairs & Mninl. Expense*.. 12H.5G4.07 

Sub-Total 811.151.SS1.0O 

Hospital Contribution to 

Employees' Retirement 887,600.07 

811,630,348.76 



195S-I9SS 


Increase 


Percent 
Increase 


7,044.403.26 
1,081,881.18 

1.466.468.03 
804.504.72 
123,085.46 


8442,167.13 

42.098.24 

142,930.04 

46,912.98 

5,629.22 


5.28 "1, 
4.14^ 
9.754 
I.88< 



810.471,312.58 8689,338.61 



306.822.31 



22,876.36 



810, 83G, 184.89 8703,218.87 



8.80% 



6.M ' 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



57 



Analysis — Personal Service Cost 

Comparative Coat 

1956-19S7 1955-1956 Increase Percent 

Resident Physicians $ 422. 258.95 S 870,086.50 J 62,172.4 5 14.10% 

InU-rnel 114.B17.aO 1 17.157.26 2,239.76* 1.91%> 

All Other Staff Doctors 164,803.10 150,853.65 13,940.45 8.25% 

? 701,979.66 J 638,097.41 8 63,882.14 10.01% 

Registered Nurses ....*, 1,103,958.95 S 1,043,364.69 f 80,604.26 S.81% 

Practical Nurses 468.866.63 360,483.60 93,383.13 27.29% 

Nursen Aides 1,273,341.63 1,221,232.34 52,112.19 4.27% 

Student Nurses 54,887.54 88,417.18 16.470.41 4.29% 

I 2,891.057.65 f 2.66S.487.66 1227,569.99 8.54% 

All Other Personnel t 8,868,623.18 % 3,710,973.04 1152,660.14 4.11% 

Sisters of Charity 24,000.00 24.000.00 

Professional Services 6,000.00 7,985.14 1,1135.14 24.39% 

5 7J3S.O00.3S * 7.044.493.25 S442.167.13 6.28% 

Analysis — Drugs and Surgical Supplies 

19S6-19S7 195S-IB56 Increase Percent 

piuirmacL-ii Heals $ 686,739.98 $ 610.788.76 1 74,951.28 12 SI 

Anesthesia Gases - Oxygen 62.702.44 60.480.83 2,241.61 8,71% 

Medical & Surgical Supplies 647.873.68 699,707.34 48.166.84 8.08% 

X-itoy Films and 

phototrraphic Supplies 213,072.87 195,601.11 17,571,78 8.90% 

1 1,609,388.97 t 1.466,468.08 1142,930.94 9.76% 

The number of employees on the payroll as of June 30, 1957 remains 
same as at the end of the previous fiscal year, namely, 3,261. How- 
ever, during the year, 1,736 persons were employed and a like number 
released accounting for a labor turn-over of 62,06% compared with 
B0# turn-over the previous year. Resident Doctors, Internes and 
Student Nurses are not considered as employees and are excluded in 
the above figures. 

Whereas the personal service cost increased $442,167.13 over the 

previous year, the direct nursing personnel received 51.49% of the total 

cost. In other words, an average of 1,387 employees received over 50% 

of the increase in payroll cost. During the year 811 man-days were lost 

to employee accidents. 

A comparative analysis of employees on the payroll at the end 
of each fiscal year is as follows : 

June 30 

1956 1957 Increase 

.-istered Nurses. 346 333 13 

Practical Nurses 261 232 29 

Nurses Aides 780 B2fi 45* 

1,387 1,390 3* 

All Other Personnel 1,874 1,871 3 

3,261 3,261 

• KEP Figures 



58 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 



The cost of food consumed increased $42,698.24, or 4.14% over 
the previous fiscal year from 81,031,831.13 to $1,074,529.37. This in- 
crease is not out of line considering that all commodities consumed have 
shown substantia] increases in price. 

During the fiscal year we received from the XL S. Surplus Com- 
modities Corporation, food evaluated at the prevailing market prices 
at time of receipt, amounting; to $43,725,49 compared with $94,370.56 
received the previous year. The donations are not included in the cost 
of food consumed. 

The cost of Drugs and Surgical Supplies shows a substantial increase 
over the previous year. From the analysis shown hereinabove, it will be 
noted that the cost of pharmaceuticals increased 12.27% over the previous 
year. 

Comparative Cost — Patient Service* 



Patients Admitted 

Patient-days __. „ 

Coat per Patient — Da» . 
Patient Visits (Clinics) 
Coat per patient visit .„ 



1956-1957 


1955-1 956 


Increase 


Decrease 


75.052 
RS0.H53 

J11.71 

695.967 

11.20 


74.683 

310.60 

636.277 

tl.21 


469 

tl.II 
60.680 


34,731 
.01 


iet 








June 
1956-1957 


30 
1955-1956 


Increase 


Decrease 


1 69.867.08 
22.348.29 
. All. i; 

6,625.56 
51,556.61 
78.370.57 


3 58.259.94 
13,16».»I 

26.588.64 

5.470.39 

52.1311. SI 

73.829.29 

3229.648.62 


% 1.607,14 
9,078.34 

1,155.17 

4.511,28 

316.38I.9S 


3.728.47 
573.70 


t241.6SS.28 


$4,297.17 



Inventory — Materials and Supplies 



Pharmaceutical!! 

Fond 

Housekeeping Supplies ..... 

Office A Muttieraph Supplies 

Plant Maintenance Mstl- & Supplies 

Medical & Sureical Supplies 



At the end of the fiscal year June 30th, 1957, physical inventories 
were taken of all consumable materials and supplies in stores. It was 
found necessary to adjust book inventories due to small overages and 
shortages in the aggregate amount of $513.39. During the year we charged 
off obsolete and unusable supplies in the amount of $720.93, Inventories 
of materials and supplies on hand as of June 30, 1957 were evaluated at 
cost. 

Material and supplies inventory turnover during the fiscal year were 
as follows: 

Turnover Ratio 

Pharmaceuticals 11.51 32 days 

Food 9.35 39 days 

Housekeeping Supplies 7.81 47 days 

Office & Multigraph Supplies 7.75 47 days 

Maintenance Materials and Supplies 92 395 days 

Medical and Surgical Supplies 7.48 49 days 

Capital Expenditures 

Expenditures for additional and replacement of worn out equipment 
during the fiscal year amounted to $120,391.41 as follows: 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 59 

Schedule 1-C 

Appropriation 1955-1956 ? 36,928.07 $ 

Appropriation 1956-1957 17,412.63 64,340.60 

Trust Funds 66,050.81 

$120,391.41 

Contractual Commitment* 

June 30 
1957 1956 Decrease 

Contractual Services ? 2,837.10 $ 712.00 $ 2,125.10* 

Materials and Supplies .... 27,347.09 32,963.93 5,616.84 

Equipment 

(Capital Outlay) 37,836.77 37 835 "i 

State Sales Tax & 

Transp, (Est.) 290.00 1,500.00 1,1210.0b 

$ 30,474.19 $ 73,012.70 $42,538.61 

From the above it is to be noted that as of June 30, 1957, Purchase 
Order Commitments outstanding were $42,538.51 less than at the end of 
the previous fiscal year. It was found advisable to materially reduce the 
issue of purchase orders during the month of June to avoid an excessive 
operating deficit at the end of the fiscal year. 

Sundry Revenues 

Percent 

1956-1957 1955-1 9SS Increase Increase, 

IneJIiKilile Patients Services S26iJ.749.S4 {160,718.41 *10fi,oai,43 gl 

Licenaes 26,763.00 25.llfi.52 836.48 

Fees 62.266.48 70,458.18 8, 101. 80* 11.68%* 

Sundry 19,243.28 23,644.52 4,461.24* 1.86%* 

J374. 012.60 S279.B37.63 f 94,074.97 33.60% 

Collections during the fiscal year increased $94,074,97 over the previ- 
ous year. However, it is to be noted that collections from Ineligible Pa- 
tients Accounts increased $106,031.43 or 65.97% over the previous year. 
Billings against ineligible patients amounted to $548,476.81 compared with 
$323,328.19 the previous year, an increase of $225,148.62. Revenues from 
Auctioneer's fees decreased $9,406,21 as compared with the previous 
year's collections. We have no control of Revenues from this source. As 
provided by General Appropriation Act 271 of 1950, all sundry revenues 
collected have been transferred to the Louisiana State Treasurer less an 
amount of $31,052.46 retained representing direct expense of collections. 
Insurance 

Adequate insurance has been provided on all Hospital properties. A)l 
employees and professional personnel are fully covered by Workmen's 
Compensation Insurance. 

General 

Expenditures during the fiscal year were made and accounted for in 
accordance with the provisions of the State Budget Act. 

AH obligations incurred and due by the Hospital as of June 30, 1957 
are current and accounted for and liabilities set up therefor. 

♦ RED Figures 



60 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 



Following: our customary practice, we have taken advantage of all 
allowable cash discounts in accordance with the terms of purchase con- 
tracts. Cash discounts earned during- the year amounted to $38,908.94. 
During- the year, we paid $49,977.59 in State Sales Tax. 

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable of record as of June 30, 1957, viz: 
$7,275.63 are current obligations due the Hospital. The amount of $26,- 
662.55 due by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis represents 
charges against the State Parish Chapters and is guaranteed by the Na- 
tional Foundation. 

Viiitor'f Food Service Department 

The operation of the Cafeteria is financed by a separate Legislative 
appropriation of $7,500.00 as a Revolving Fund, subject to be returned 
to the State Treasury should the operation of the Cafeteria be discon- 
tinued. 

Permission has been granted to a number of soft-drink dealers to in- 
stall soft drink dispensing machines, from which the Hospital receives a 
commission on sales. The Hospital furnishes electrieity only to operate 
the equipment. 

Profits earned during the fiscal year as compared with the previous 
year are as follows: 

1956-1957 1955-1956 
Commissions earned on Vending Machine Sales .. $28,966.93 $28,328.78 
Deduet-Loss on Cafeteria Operation 7,353.80 7,507.20 

$21,613.13 $20,821.58 



As provided by Law, the net profits earned are subject to be trans- 
ferred to the State Treasurer. 

Truit Fund* 

During the year, various donations and grants to the Hospital were 
received, as follows: 

Permanent Funds $ 1,219.00 

Restricted as to use 17,270.33 

Unrestricted as to use 11,330.10 

Special Project funds 21,723.87 

Federal Research Grant 37,268.00 

$88,801.30 



Income received from investments of Trust Funds during the fiscal 
year amounted to $176,235.27, as follows: 

Rei trie ted Unre* trie ted Total 

Interest $ 21,884.82 $ 60,679.41 $ 82,564.23 

Rent 21,470.00 13,564.73 35,034.73 

Royalties 13,853.24 13,853.24 

Leases „.. 30,869.22 30,869.22 

Dividends 913.85 13,000.00 13,913.85 

$ 44,268.67 $131,966.60 $176,235.27 



Expenditures out of Trust Funds during the year amounted to $246,- 
71 1.4 6 as follows: 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



61 



Restricted Unrestricted Total 

Salaries $ 5,657.15 $ $ 6,667.15 

Indigent Patients Welfare 10,035.46 3,122.33 13,157.79 

Repairs to Endowed Building .... 139.27 3,075.88 3,215 15 

Repairs & Alts. Hospital BIdgs. 26,463.54 42,609.17 69,072.71 

Capital Expenditures 3,757.20 66,905.43 70,662 63 

Transferred to Operating Fund .. 6,000.00 6,000.00 

Sundry - 9,577.05 1,945.32 11,522.37 

- , , _ . x „ ? 55,629.67 $123,658.13 $179,287.80 

Special Project Funds 67,429.46 67,429.46 

$123,059.13 $123,658.13 $246,717.46 

Trust Fund Investments — Securities 

Bonds: Principal Income Total 

U. S. Treasury Bonds $1,356,270.94 $ 446,048.16 $1,802,319.10 
State and Municipal 

Bonds 953,609.88 65,334.86 1,108,944.74 

Utilities, Industrial 

and Sundry 10,080.25 10,080.25 

$2,319,961.07 $ 511,383.02 $2,831,344.09 

Stock: 

Homestead — Optional.. $ 156,000.00 $ 259,000.48 $ 415,000.48 

Homestead — Paid-up .. 15,800.00 15,800.00 
Utilities, Industrial 

and Sundry 55,877.50 34.45 55,911.95 

$ 227,677.50 $ 269,034.93 $ 486,712.43 

Total Investments $2,547,638.57 $ 770,417.95 $3,318,056.52 

Bond Liquidation Fund 

During the fiscal year, $337,000.00 of Bond obligations were retired 
and total interest on bonded indebtedness amounting to $178,670.50 was 
paid. 

As authorized by the Board of Administrators, $287,846.08 was 
transferred to Operating Funds. 

During the year the maximum amount of the Bond Liquidation fund 
was invested in ninety days U. S. Treasury Bills. Interest earned during 
the year amounted to $9,997.07. 

The balance of $436,028.25 remaining in the fund as of June 30, 1957 
provides a reserve for the retirement of bonded indebtedness and accrued 
interest on bond obligations due and payable as follows; 

August 1, 1957 $222,683.25 

October 15, 1957 213,345.00 

$436,028.25 

Respectfully submitted, 
L. A. MILLET 
Secretary-Treasurer 



62 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

BALANCE SHEET AS OF JUNE 30, 1957 

ASSETS 

OPERATING FUNDS — CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash: 

Hihernia National Bunk t 100.00 S 

National American Bank . 211,100.90 

Progressive Bank & Trust Co. 355.42 

Whitney National Bank ...„„ 228,*S6,42 

National Bank of Commerce 100.00 

y Caah Fun.i 1. 75O.O0 441.842.74 

Account! Receivable: 

Miscellaneous Account* I 7.275,63 

National Foundation — Infantile ._ 

Paralysis 29. 613. 04 36.888.57 

Leva — Reserve for Doubtful _ ,^ __ _ , 

Accounts 2.950.49 33,938.08 

Patients Accounts — Active 379,4 in. dl 

Patients Accounts— Inactive . 239.415.45 618,825.46 



Less — Reserves for Doubtful 

Accounts 618.825.46 



State Appropriation 

State Board of Liquidation 53.498.18 

State Appropriation — ,*•»,*■■ ._ 

Deficiency Appro 99.200.27 152.698,4 5 



Inventory — Materials and Supplies 
Purchase Contracts — June 30, 155"; 

Deferred Charges 

Prepaid Insurance 

Deposits on Containers 



Excess Current Assets over Current Liabilities 
REVOLVING FUND — VISITORS FOOD SERVICE 



otra) 




241,638.28 
30,474.19 




22. 361. IS 
714.00 


23,075.18 




1 


923,661.92 


silities 




295,182.65 



Cash — National American Bank 200.00 

Cash— National Bank of Commerce ... 49.696.75 49,896.75 

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable ^'^°?*i„ c . . A , „- 

Inventory— Material, and Supplies 2.199.08 64,405.02 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Equipment and Furniture 59.059.48 



PLANT ASSETS 



1,885.776.75 

13.786,649.67 

3.771,235.20 

24,569.95 



19.468,231.57 
Cemetery— Land and Building, 51,702.50 10.519.984.07 

(19.923.(81.13 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



63 



Exhibit I 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

BALANCE SHEET AS OF JUNE 30, 1957 

LIABILITIES 

OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable — Trade . S 

Accrued Payroll.— Payable 

Accounts Payable — Employees' Retirement Plan'"'.'.".' 
Accounts Payable — Employees' Bond Purchase 

Accounts Payable— Federal Withholding Ta* 

Accounts Payable— Employees' Garnishments ...[ 

Purchase Order Commitments (Contra) 

Operating Funds — Reserves 

Unclaimed Wages 

Deposits on Keys, etc. ., *, iit " 

Other Funds — Liabilities 

Surplus — Due State General Fund 

Excess Current Assets over Current Liabilities 



145.276.31 

270.186.S7 

60,514.34 

2,850.37 

S8.481.0S 

633.39 


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543,921.83 
30,474.19 


4.255.74 
1.128.90 




5,384.54 



REVOLVING FUND— VISITORS FOOD SERVICE 



Accounts Payable „ 

Revolving Fund Advances 

Surplus- 
State Revenue — Current Year . 

Surplus — 

State Re venue — Prior Year 



21,628.41 
20,821.58 



4,465.03 

7,500.00 



42,449.99 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Advances— Louisiana State Department 
of Health 

PLANT CAPITAL AND DEPRECIATION 

Plant Capital 

Reserve for Depreciation— Buildings. .i!" 5.174.645.42 
Reserve for Depreciation — Equip. 3.130.206.99 



RESERVE FOR HOSPITALS EQUITY 

Inventory Materials A Supplies 

Prepaid Insurance 

Deposits on Containers 

Purchase Order Contracts, 6/30/57, 



11.21 5.0S LOG 
8, 304. 852. 41 



241,83S.2R 

22,361.18 

J 14.00 

30.474.19 



48,698.61 
295.182 .65 

923,661.92 



54,405.01 



59,059 It 



19,619,934.07 



296, IS 2. in. 
$19. 928, 581. 22 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 



July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



MEANS OF FINANCING 

State Appropriation $ 

Bond Liquidation Fund 

Federal and Other Grants.... 

Board of Liquidation Appropriation 

Transferred from Trust Funds 

Deficiency Appropriation 



19S5-1956 

7::, (H2.70 



EXPENDITURES 

Operating Expenses 

Hospil • iLiun to Retirement Finn 

Capital Expenditures 

increase inventors Materials and Supplier 

Increase — Prepaid Insurance 

Increase — Deposits on Containers. . 



Commitments Outstanding June 30, 1957. 



Unencumbered Balance June 30, 1957 



73,012.70 



90.86 

36,918.07 
10,018.19 





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$ 


72,237.12 


72,237.12 


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1 

$10 



956-1957 

,867,600.00 

287,84 c. us 

255,529.79 

53,198.18 

6,000.00 

99,200.27 



$11,569,674.32 



511,126,360.23 

387,697.67 

17,422.53 

2,066.57 

5,323.13 

330.00 

$11,539,200.13 
30,474.19 

11,569,674.32 



Schedule I 



Total 

$10,940,612.70 

287,846.08 

255,529.79 

53,498.18 

6,000.00 

99,200.27 

$11,642,687.02 



$11,151,651.09 

387,697.67 

54,340.60 

12,084.76 

6,323.13 

340.00 

$11,611,437.25 
ri0.47-i.i:i 

11,641,911.44 

$ 775.68 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 

June 30, 1957 

Hospital Visitors' Bond 

Operating Food Endowment Liquidation 

Fund Service Fundi Fund 

Hiberma National Bank % 100.00 $ $ $ 

National American Bank 211,100.90 200.00 225 845 09 

Progressive Bank and Trust Co 355.42 3159 234 95 

Whitney National Bank 228,436.42 $1&J,<S34.95 

National Bank of Commerce 100.00 49,696.75 

¥440,092.74 S 49,896.75 $159,234.95 $225,845.09 



Schedule l-A 



Total 

$ 100.00 

437,145.99 

159,590.37 

228,436.42 

49,796.75 

$875,069.53 



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66 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-19;i7 

Schedule 1-B 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 
AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 

June 30, 1957 

Total 

Month of 7/1 56 to 

June 6/30 57 

PATIENT SERVICES $ 30,488,07 $266,749.84 

AMUSEMENT LICENSES 

Boxing and Wrestling Exhibitions .... 80.00 710.00 

Dances 155.50 4,468.50 

Games of Skill 62.50 13,097.50 

Baseball 92.00 196,00 

Theatres 25.00 6,220.00 

Sundry 3.00 1,061,00 

$ 418.00 $ 25,753.00 

FEES 

Auctioneers $ 57.37 $ 6,207.97 

Live Stock Inspection 745.66 9,302.17 

Medical Records Certificates 374.00 4,541.34 

Death and Burial Certificates 45.00 586.00 

Insurance Certificates 3,258.50 41,614,20 

Sundry 14,50 

$ 4,480.53 $ 62,266.48 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Sales and Swill of Junk $ 131.57 $ 2,392.24 

Telephone Commissions 288.16 8,664,81 

Rent 370.40 4,286.23 

Students' Tuitions 100.00 3.900.00 

$ 890.13 $ 19,243.28 

Due State General Fund $ 36,276.73 $374,012.60 

Transferred to Louisiana 

State Treasurer 302,145.43 

$"36,276.73 $ 71,8)3. 
Deduct: 

Persona] Service Cost — Handling 
Patients Accounts for Medical 

Services Rendered $ 18,210.12 $ 18,210.12 

All Other Accounts 12,842,34 12,842.34 

$ 31,052.4 6 $ 31,052.46 

Balance due State General Fund $ 5,224.27 $ 40,814.71 

OPERATING EXPENSE REFUNDS 
Federal and Other Grant*: 

G.I. Students $ 168.00 $ 832.00 

Natl. Foundation for 

Infantile Paralysis 9,106.00 219,270.99 

Premature Infant Care 

Training Program 2,712.50 35,426.80 

$ 11,986.50 $255,529.79 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 67 



Schedule 1-C 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 
AT NEW ORLEANS 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES — EQUIPMENT 

July 1, 1956 through June 30, 1957 

AUTOMOTIVE 

1 Ambulance, Ford Courier 

Utility No. U6US132264 $ 2,589.88 ? 

2 Ambulances, Cadillacs, Superior, 

Red Duco 1957 Models 19,059.50 

„ . . , 21,649.38 

2 Ambulances, Cadillacs, Superior, 

1949 Models, Trade-in 3,359.50 18,289.88 

BUILDING AND GENERAL PLANT 

1 Water Softener "Permulet" 

Electromatic, Model EMA75 298.00 

1 Compressor, DeBare, Model A3169-6 „ 5,310.53 

1 Generating Unit, Stand-by, 

with Accessories 2,435.00 

1 Deariating Heater, Cochrane Uni-Pac 

Capacity 100,000# hr„ No. 93003-1 10,957.86 19,001.39 

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & FIXTURES 

1 Electrolux, Complete W- Attachments, 

Model L4 131.05 

1 Vacuum Cleaner, Doyle, Industrial 

Model 15D 1G9.29 

1 Step Ladder, "Safety", Aluminum 6 

steps 76.G1 

6 Fans, Emerson 24" Pedestal, non- 
Oscillating 513.60 

1 Fan, Window Type, 30" Reed 69.00 

4 Love Seats, Antique Finish, Red Lea- 
ther, Upholstered 358.00 

8 Chairs, w/arms, Antique Finish, Red 

Leather Upholstered 436.00 

12 Chairs, Antique Finish, Red Leather, 

Upholstered 62.00 

2 Tables, Cocktail, Antique Finish 55.90 

4 Step Tables, Antique Finished 124.80 

3 Card Tables, Antique Finish, Red Tops 38.25 
24 Invalid Chairs, Solid Oak, w/leg rest .. 1,438.80 

1 Electrolux, Reconditioned #30 48,50 

2 Bed Frames, Simmons, Portable, H12 .. 187.00 
18 Lockers, Steel, 2 Doors, 24x31x60, 6 

legs, W/shelves 720.00 

13 Fans, Emerson, 24", 2 speeds, oscillat- 

ing - 1,112.80 

1 Fan, Emerson, 30", 2 speeds, oscillat- 
ing 88-80 



68 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 



4 Lockers, Single Tier, 0. Green, Pad- 
lock Handle, 15x18x72 65.08 

4 Bedside Chairs, Upholstered #F711 .... 67.00 

1 Arm Chair, Upholstered #F763 55.25 

1 Bed End, Semi-Paneled, #L190 „... 65.50 

1 Bed, Complete W/spring, #H846-1 .... 99.50 

2 Overbed Tables, Steel, #F885F 130.00 

2 Bedside Stands, F425F 144.50 6,247.28 

LABORATORY AND MEDICAL 

2 Ice Blankets "Thermorite" Large 260.00 

1 Sensomitor, Mallor Wedel, #51460.... 235,00 

1 Needle Cleaner, American, Model C9..~ 675.00 

4 Pumps, Chest, Thoracid, 

Gomco Suction #766 1,120.00 

1 Cabinet, for Negatives, 

3 drawers, #360 126.50 

24 Baumanonmeters, Blood Pressure 

Recorders -... 1,285.20 

1 Dariot, Ball bearing, Midwest, S/S #10 125.00 

12 Pumps, Thermatic, Gomco #765 1,680.00 

1 Pump, Gomco, Suction Pressure #713.. 180.00 

2 Urological Tables, Generator Steri- 

lizer Tube Unit W,'High 

Speed KX21 7,940.00 

1 Anesthograph, Eden, Model #551 1,700.00 

8 Pumps, Gomco, Suction Model 

ENT #930 3,280.00 

1 Respirator, Stephenson Controlled 680.00 

1 Photometer, Direct reading, flame, 

W/air compressor and Centrifugal 

Pump 655.00 

1 Ratometer Table Top, w/copper kettle 

and ether vaporizer 760.00 

1 Tank, Impremo. Hand Rubber Insulated, 

complete w/legs, #1034A... 390.00 

1 Sterilizer, Castle, Open Mounted, #200 1,895.00 
1 Chest Pump, Gomco, Thermatic #534 280.00 

1 Cast Cutter, Stryker #8400 89,00 

1 Illuminator, Film Bank, GE #5068 A/C 105.75 

1 Esophagascopic G astroscope, 

Eder-Palmer, Serial #808 550.00 

4 Centrifuge, Clinical. #24710 468.00 

1 Voltmeter, Vacuum Tube, High 

Frequency, Hewlett 249.75 

1 Wall Shelf Frame, Shampaine, 

Metal #S2385 137,50 

1 Air Compressor, Tompkins, Portable, 

100-10 Mode] 115V 245.00 

4 Pumps, Suction, Pleural, Serial 

#173,175,186 and 194 920.00 

1 Gauze Cutter, Eastman, 5" Dia., 

knife w/gauze stick 321.80 

1 Audiometer, Clinical Model ISA, 

Serial #4504 785.00 

1 Amplifier, Bell 5630, AX25 Watt, 

Model T31, Ser. 17508 95.97 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 69 



1 Oscilloscope, Type #1420, Cathode 

Ray, Serial 6E31 150.00 

1 Recorder, Magnecord, S535B type, 

W-Hipteresis syncronous motor 293.51 

1 Noise Generator, Model 45 5B, 

Serial #130 _ 103.35 

1 Generator Kit, Model AGS, Heath.. 30.69 

1 Voltmeter, Vacuum Tube Type, 

Serial #18033 225.00 

1 Fluoroscope, Westinghouse, Radio- 

graphic and Fluoroscopic Table 1,250.00 

1 Psyehogalvanometer, Grayson-Stadler, 

Model #E664 1,011.97 

1 Switch, Electronic, Grayson & 

Stadler, Model 829S41, 100 ms 354.00 

1 Oscilloscope, Low Frequency, Model 

130A, Serial 117 460 37 

1 ECG Amplifier, W-ECG cable, W- 

Modification of Multi-Purpose ECG 535.00 

1 Respirator, Halliburton, w/neg. Pres- 
sure Attachment on stand, complete 326 83 

1 Shaker, Burrell, Curtin, Cat. #19006B 225 42 

2 Diagnostic X-Ray Units w/Centra- 

linear Control Fluoroscopic Unit, 

etc 17,700.95 

1 Son o later, Medco, Ultrasonic Unit, 

FCC Type, U135 791.35 

1 Surgical Light, #234571, C22-T22 672.30 

1 Hearing Evaluator, w/loud speaker 

and booster amplifier, Serial #9.... 1,736.08 

2 Surgical Lights, Operating, 

#234569 & 234570 1,344.60 54,445.89 

OFFICE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 

13 Chairs, Posture, Casco, Metal...... 466.45 

36 File Cabinets, Anderson-Hickey, 

Metal, 5 Drawer 2,839.00 

4 Chairs, Posture, Brown-MoTse, 

Metal, Grey 186.02 

1 Adding Machine, Victor #908773 74.50 

2 Voieewriters, Edison V.P. 10767 

& 12407 680.00 

2 Desks, Metal, Grey, 45x30x30 301,60 

2 Card Files, Anderson-Hickey, 10 

Drawer, 4x6 #1800 277.00 

1 Recorder, Tycoon, Model 56R 855.00 

9 Chairs, Secretarial, Grey 

Upholstered #15823 282.75 

2 Cabinets, 8x5 Cards, 7 Comp. Metal, 

D&G #105... 286.00 

5 Typewriters, Underwood, Model 150, 

3 pica, 2 elite 547.50 

1 File Cabinet, 3 Drawer, Metal Green, 

41x28x18, #1757.. 77,30 

5 Recorders, Dictaphone, 

Time Master TA5 1,700,00 



70 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1966-ln" 



2 Typewriters, Underwood, 20" elite 

& pica 412.50 

2 Chairs, Posture, Casco, Metal 

w/arms, Exec 97.11 

3 File Cabinets, AH10 drawer, metal 

4x5 cards, double comp 633.60 

1 Ditto Machine, Model Dll, #7470 375.00 

3 Recorders, Soundseriber, Serial R-56— . 946.50 

3 Transcribers, Soundseriber, Serial T-56 853.00 

1 Typewriter, Underwood Electric 

16" #7905032 347.50 

3 Sets Shelving, Cline, Metal, Grey 539.00 

1 File Cabinet, Legal Size, 4 Drawer, 

Metal, Mahog. #7645 133.82 

1 Desk, Secretarial, 60x34, Wood, 

Walnut Finish 141.00 

1 Typewriter, IBM Electric Green, 

#12-111102-01 270.00 

1 File Cabinet, 5 Drawer, Metal, 

Green #2402B10 225.00 

1 Desk, Flat Top, Clerical, Wood, 

Walnut Finish, 60x34 #3761 99.00 

1 Perforator, Manual, for Kardex Cards 170.00 

1 Typewriter, Remington, Elite 

#J2668104 160.00 13,482.15 

MULTIGRAPH AND MIMEOGRAPH 

1 Multi-Rounder, Model 50 75.90 75.90 

EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL 

1 Motion Picture Screen, Glass 

Beaded 72x96 90.00 90.00 

REFRIGERATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 

1 Air Conditioner, Carrier, 1 Ton, 220V $ 172.80 

1 Air Conditioner, Mitchell, 1 Ton, 

Model M1057 169.95 

2 Air Conditioners, G.E., 1 Ton, 

GE-PP226883, 220VG0C 340.00 

3 Air Conditioners, Window Unit, 1 

Ton, Thermos Control, RBC 230.... 517.20 

2 Refrigerators, Frigidaire, Model 

SA-8056 8 cu. ft 284.46 

1 Refrigerator, Crosley Shelvador, 12 

Cu. Ft. Model RO-011 223.00 

2 Refrigerators, Foster, All Aluminum, 

25 Cu. Ft. Reach-in, H.R.25V 1,008.00 

3 Refrigerators, Jewett, Blood Bank 

Model, 115/60C 2,259.27 

1 Refrigerator. Frigidaire, Model SA80 137.52 
3 Refrigerators, Biological, Dillon-Lilly 484.08 
1 Refrigerator-Freezer Combination, 
GE, 12 Cu. Ft, 80# Auto-De- 
froster, Model LH-12N 299.18 

1 Freezer, 10 eft, 60/115V, Single 

Door, Upright, Model 60 199.00 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 71 



1 Ice Maker, Frigidaire, Model CMT 46 803.79 

2 Water Coolers, Westinghouse, 1/6 

hp, Model 13B X #13C 312.10 

3 Water Coolers, Westinghouse, 1/6 

_ HP, Model WA13B 627.69 

1 window Air Conditioner, Fedders, 

X Y k ton, flush mount. 251.16 8,089.20 

SUNDRY 

1 Meat Slicer, Hobart, Model 111 360.00 

1 Waffle Unit, Wells, Model L12, 115V 109.50 

1 Gas Range, Magic Chef, Model 1A655 200.27 669.77 

TOTAL .$120,391.41 

FUNDS: 

Appropriation 1955-1956.... $36,928.07 $ 

Appropriation 1956-1957 17,412.53 54,340.60 

Purchases from Trust Funds 66,050,81 

TOTAL ..$120,391.41 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ANALYSIS OF EXPENDITURES 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule I-D 



1955-1956 
Appropriation 



1956-1957 
Appropriation 



Total 



PERSONAL SERVICES 

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CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

AftfcrtiilnE 

Dura and SntKi-ripHons 

t;« nut Elft-xrlcity 

[iuiiru»B._ _ „ 

Pwtafe t Ttins. of I'ommiilitiM.. 

Rnuls 

Prijitint. .. 

Repalrfot Properly & Equipment. 

Telephone mil Telegraph. - 

Other. 



TRAVELING 

Trudlrn Eiuflisos. 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 

riniiiim 

raurmlunil and Rerreitiiroal. „.. 

■ irnml Plant 

Household. 

lledltaL _. 

omte 

Aoinnwllie 

Bldta., Grain*. Miint. and Regain..... 

Equip. Mjlnt. and itrnalra. - 

HortieuHural . 

n»d . 



U'inr 



$ e00.tl3.62 
T. 504. 82* 



598,908.10 



42.490.G9 



101. K 



it04.49.4S 



gos.4U.9I 

7, 504. 82 • 



UPS, 90S. TO 



4.1.22 


45.22 


(0.88 


80.00 


7,889.38 


17.S80.S8 


T.1M.IS 


r.isr.w 


742.30 


•48.14 


18.88 


IS so 




1,619.71 


7,110.02 


7.110.82 


8.279.1(1 


«.27'i.lo 


i,:.r ].:•". 


1,671.75 



H.MOiM 



104.70 



5,043.78 


5,048.76 


159.41 


150.44 


2.408.22 


2. 408.22 


19514.30 


19,314.38 


12,150.63 


112.150.03 


5,324.11 


5,334.11 


1,550.21 


1,550.21 


2,450.72 


2,450.72 


3,723.00 


3,723.00 


S3.JS 


38.69 


88,717.32 


86.717.32 


1,200.07 


1.200.07 



210.149.45 



JULY lit. 1956 to JUNE 30th, 1957 





Prior Vht'i 1956- 1957 
Commitment! Appropriation 


Total 


t 


% 7,488,660.38 

47'.S4 


* T. 4 88 .060. 38 
475.84 




7,487,188.82 


7.487.1S6.22 



SI Ml 



iB.oi* 



144.10 

1 1" DO 



it.ro 



1.032.9!' 
5,080.58 

104.850. r.s 
48.49S.40 

ll.0M.7fl 
.! I » 51 

13,926.38 
91,255.47 
•4,810.14 

23,081.88 



40S. 17 



wr.oro.oe 



7:' n 



1,088.88 
8,018.08 

194,850.53 
In ,198.40 
11,07*72 

19.170.58 
BI r S'J5.52 
T4.310.74 
33,083.11 



488.388.30 



8T8.M 



810121 


20.45 


2S, 138.88 


ISO.HT 


4.5G3.81 


4,744.18 


8.93 


30.404,82 


30,413.80 


8,507.41 


238.344.80 


214,812.30 


12. 206.28 


1.7.07,122.69 


l,«0MSB.Sf 


,1.044.25 


m. 107.18 


117,511,39 


joi.as 


17.5115.88 


18,117.10 


287.04 


70.238.02 


70,525.06 


180,87 


33,008.23 


38,100.15 




r.i'ti.n i 


598.04 


292.10 


1,074,237.27 


1,071,520,37 


1.163.55 


12.038.10 


13,201.65 


24.a82.8t 


8,irO^S4.M 


3.195,446.6a 



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Uosnlul CwBtritmtion to Retirement PUa... 
TOTAI, EXPENSES 

EXPENDITURES— ASSETS 
EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 

Autonomic _ _ 

Building uid GcBcnl Plain 

HomelioH.. 

MedteiL 

Ofrice • 



SUW.lO 



31,209.10 



912.882.70 



387,687.67 



812,862.70 



387,687.87 



25,290,86 11.51-1,057.80 11,539,348.76 



158.90 
iSi 06 

r,.s.ni 



158.00 

4M.OS 

58.01 



2,589.88 

2,593.42 
28,158.27 



DEFERRED CHARGES 

Pfttwid Imaimiee., „ 

lxi»isits on C.inWntTS ... 



711(1 H!l 



3,736.36 



2,589. 88 

430.00 

S.SM.Ta 

ai,TM,de 

13.208.25 



TOftM 



36,01 8.0T 



17,422.53 



54.34U.HO 



STORES 

Imentnttu — Incrast/Detreue... 

TOTAL KXI'EMIITt Ug 



Pcramtl 8errie«... 

tttntnctuu Sarins 

rnrelhi fentaiau. 



Mittriils ud SnpBiiH.. 

Hojpiui Contribution to RMireirni,' 

"inivanl PuithMH iCiplul Oitllijr) .._.'. 

IWfrml ChutM. 

Stow— I«r«K/nt«H«.„, . 



TOTALS., 
•RED I 



5.61(1.01' 
01.50 



5,610.01* 

M.-.o 



10.00 



5,518.51* 



r., 323.1:'. 
:i't 



5,833.13 

3411.00 



5.sis.:,i* 



10.00 



17.42S. 20* 



17,428.20* 






5,663.13 



10,018,18 



1,004.5* 



U UM.1t 



8 890,616.98 | 890,016.88 « 72.2.37.12 $11,539,200.18 811.611,437.25 



STATEMENT OF BUDGET BALANCES 



Allotment 
7/1/56 to 
6/30/57 



EioendKt 
Month of 



APPROPRIATION FISCAL YEAR 1956-1957 



Exp ended 

to 

Date 



7. 4 SS ,000.00 
470,900.00 

B8 i 

3,204.80 1.32 

887,700.00 

17.500.00 



42,480.69 

104 t« 

240.149,45 

31,209,10 

7 9 

5,518.51* 
17,428.20* 



7,487 
467 

3,170, 

387, 

17, 

5, 

2, 



186.39 

,!J7!I.8S 

".til 10 
607.67 
422.53 
,053.13 

ose.at 



owtntiDK 

Outslandinfl 
6/30/57 

2,837.10 
14,883.14 

1 2,753. 93 



Total Expended 

& Obligation] 

6/30/57 



Allotment 

Balance 
6/30/57 



r,48T, 136.22 
470,816.1)3 

3,185,447.40 

a8T.Gy7.er 

17,123.53 

5.1153.13 

1 [ 1 



111,569,674.32 f 890,616.98 $ 1 1,539,200.13 



883.78 

83.07 

.08 

19,448.93 

2.88 

77.47 

5,053.13* 

14,830.53* 



S 30,474.19 S11.5C9.IJ74.32 S 



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SUMMARY— DEPARTMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS 
June 30, 1957 

MONTH OF JUNE, 1957 JULY 1. 195S TO JUNE 30, 1957 



E MM 

Bodpl 



AdBinljtratIre k General .. 

Admitting Rrwuj. 

— BudKcl 
Tnlfie 4 InfwinatiuiL _ — Expenses 

— Rudfrt 
Btoti Rw» — Eipmsw 

— Eadtct 
l-urrluulm .— Eijxma 

— Bu*ct 
Personnel Dttwtacnt , — Eiptrw* 

—Basket 
Houseteejitol DejurtWBl. — — KipensH 

— BudJ.ct 

StiinteniIKe Department — Eipenm 

llwljel 
Operation of Plnnl...™... — Eipeiuej 



Laundry Departmfnl 

l,fn*n and 8rtin( Boom... 



— BiHfcrt 

Wnti'w 

— Budjtt 
KxpatM 

— Budtrt 
Student Koran Liilw Quarters .— Bmwras 

— Budget 
Inirrun A Fio'aalonil Students Home — Espouses 

— BudeM 
SliUn' Lltlni Qiuulto. — — Bipcnses 

— Rudfrt 
Other Personnel Quarters — Espetuu 

— Budget 
Dlrtuy Department Expenses 

— Budett 
Medial i Burefesl Care. — expenses 

— Rudfjet 
Himiin StfTiee - — Eipenses 

— Budjel 
PsyrtwptUiic Departneot - - -—. Expensa 

— Budert 
• BED Fitum 



Si Ivies 



OUitf 
Expenses 



8,859.95' 


$ 11,045.95 


11.! 71.00 


15.000.00 


8,581.15 


M9.M 


8.150,00 


800.08 


18.1S.V18 


j^ia.si 


19.759.00 


1,000.00 


2,945.28 


t6.es 


2,850. 00 


100.00 


2.510.W 


12.52 


2,500.00 


150.00 


3,170.92 


13.40 


3,100.00 


50.00 


33,808.32 


9,016.48 


31,200.00 


s,soo,o« 


32.863.45 


7.549.2(1 


»(0O 


10.000.00 


11,803.48 


20,303.66 


13,750.00 


16,000.00 


11.SJ3.74 


1,010.81 


14,100.00 


2,200.00 


5.380.01 


MM 


5.350.00 


140.00 


2,419,00' 


120.89 


2.27.1.(10 


350.00 


1,893.00 


>17 t;i: 


1 .850.00 


■>.,„ ,,., 


3,003.03 


70 2(1 


3 ,250.00 


150.00 




232.90 




KWlOO 


31,670.51 


91,739.50 




91,000,00 


48,071.06 


2,540.88 


47.50O.0O 


500. 00 


182.186.4tji 


8.617.91 


133.000.00 


2,550.00 


20,251,48 


466.88 


19.500.00 


650.00 



Totil 



$ 2.785. 9G 

89,175.00 

8,941.01 

8,750.00 

30.801.7ii 

20.750.00 

2,911.90 

2,950.00 

2,522.52 

3.860.00 

9,310.41 

3,460.00 

41,824.80 

37,700.00 

40,412.71 

42,600.00 

32,067.04 

28.750.00 

16,884.66 

16,900.00 

5.486.8© 

5.490.00 

2.539.84 

3,536.00 

1.980.66 

2.070.00 

3,189,89 

3,400.00 

183.90 

250.00 

136.410.01 

126,000.00 

50.612.54 

48,000.00 

136,773.34 

135,650.00 

20,708.36 

20,150.00 



Salaries 



Other 
Experncs 



140, 

ins. 
»S, 

i'7. 

2 SSI. 

236, 
33 
34 
20, 

28, 

37 

40, 

880 

87] 

886 

:iS7 

150 

152 

17(1 

175 

(14 

n 

27 



ISO 7d 
125.00 
183.03 
76Q.M 

l!(2 1 1 

,00 

275.00 
irm.iin 
866.80 
>.;•, i.Mi 
730 11 
47S.OO 
9241.79 
830.00 

ese.et 

,050.00 

,837.81 

,eoo "ii 

,08f.08 

.750.00 
,424.81 

.SIlO.llll 

,886,011 

.2011 IXI 
582.04 
125.00 
834] 71 

050.00 



415,055.68 

417,600.00 

578.-: 

671X600.00 
1.597,676.39 
1,688, 3(10, 00 

241,7 

233,500.00 



197.390.17 

180.000.00 

9.128.85 

7,200.00 

13.11 - 

i2.ooo.oo 

1 1 8 68 

1,200.00 

6.888.06 

1,800.00 

704.79 

800.00 

111,647.77 

78,000.00 

187,178.73 

120,000.00 

316.1 

192,000.00 

30,310.77 

20.4O0.O0 

3,180.28 

1J80.O0 

8.573.14 

3.000.00 

1,330.33 

2.640 0(1 

1,142.37 

1.800.00 

1,967,53 

3,000.00 

1.144.101.21 

1,092.000.00 

8,000 i«> 
41.C91.57 
30,000.00 

6400.11 

7,800.00 



Total 



337,846.93 

348.42500 

107.688.88 

104.9SO.00 

241,820.38 

248.090.00 

33,693.58 

35,300,00 

38,541.55 

31.686.00 

38,434.90 

41,076.00 

483.574.52 

41 si, 660. 00 

523.S5B.42 

507,060.00 

344.800.00 

208.3O7.8O 

202,160. 00 

68.604.91 

65.480.00 

31.368.14 

30.200.00 

23,912.37 

24.765.00 

38.779.11 

40.750.00 

IJ67.56 

3.OO0.O0 

1,559,156.89 

1,600,800.00 

583.914.72 

576.500.00 

l,688J«6.M 

1.618.900.00 

247,518.24 

341,300.00 



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PnuUn Iolul Cue 

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Colored mbcreolosU Unit..,, 



-Budiet 

. tn iiiiei 

Mm 

. . -Bona - 
-Builtrt 



White and Colored TubMculosii Unit,. 
OnlrU Serrtee _ 

Sciimi or Phrfitii Tiiwipr „ 

Siudcot Nurses School 

Vhtmuy uul Drau 

Medlcil liecords Library 

S«i»l Sot lee Depirtment 

Elwtton Microscope. , 

Opermtinr, Rooms 

FWlomyellthj Ctnter. 

Dclliery Booms __ 

Anwthesli Department 

Ca Therapy Dqartmcnt __. 

X-B*r Depirtment^lUtiMisUc 

X-Kiy Department— Therapeutic _ 

Laboratariei 

Physiol Therapy Department... 

ElertroeMdiofrapli Department 
Blood Bu*....„„ .._ _ 



-BddM 

..- bMMH 
— Bmlcet 

t:-.-.i..i 

-Btldctt 



. Ripen • 

— BwiiPl 

. Kl]l.-[L.- 

IMftt 

.. hq a ■ -; 
!.■..:..- 

., -BrWM 
Badeei 
Bxpem 
Bate) 
Ctjk r, .. -. 
Soikel 

. Eipett* ■; 
— Budiet 



— Bndirt 
.._— Bipmspi 

— Budiet 
. ..— EipMues 

■ -Undid 

. .- Ksoentet 

-Budcet 



MM 



EleetreeiiceptiilDt-rapli DepertaenL.. 



- Bsdr* 

.!! .!-. ■ 

- Kttmi i 

— Bodttt 
.. — EipclUM 

-Mpl 



i 12.725.17 

12.300.00 

I '2, '232.34 

12,000.00 

13.932.82 

14,000.00 

6,287.59 

6.900.00 

4. M.j. S3 

5,:,w).nO 

14.419.42 

14.200.00 

i.sni.tjfi 

1,850.00 

13 ,63(1 U 

14,000.00 

S .300.110 

B.SCO.OO 

12.607.00 

12.4SO.OO 

12,130.03 

19.400.00 

71.50 

1 50. 00 

'20.03S.82 

18,500. on 

5.881.72 

7.0OO.00 

7.590,22 

fi. 500.00 

7,3:' 

7.500.00 
1,?,:: 

I. 225.00 

13.3*2.20 

1 2.200.00 

3.01 5.00 

4.200,00 

17,701.71 

17.100.00 

5,292.01 

5.800.00 

1 234.98 

3,900.00 

3.329.04 

3.8O0.0O 

1,180.00 

830.00 



5,504,38 

4,500,00 

900.95 

2 7.-i.iH1 

3. 032. SO 

3. 600. 00 

1.3K7.16 

1,500.00 

on:.::: 

1,100,00 

10,049.64 

20,500.00 

3.75 

50.00 

381.21 

550.00 

'.'2.117] vl 

as.au.oo 

384.28 
450.00 

337. M) 
250.00 

i oo.oo 

18,481.04 

i8.ooo.oo 

457.51 

050. 00 

MM.53 

3. 500.00 
3,703,44 
S.SCBvQO 
2,714.78 
M00.04) 
I4.5S3.58 
] 8.500.00 
558.80 

roo,oo 

I 77:< -" 
4.5O0.O0 

117.47 

lae.oo 

2.185.74 
1.100.00 
8.02S.H 
4.000.00 
74.11 
115.00 



5 18,227. ES 

18,800.00 

13,193.29 

12.275.00 

18, 11 85.3 8 

17.800.04) 

7,854.75 

8,400.00 

5,352.28 

ii.dm.oo 

34,489.00 

34,700,00 

123(9,41 

1, 700.00 

14.000.82 

14,550.00 

27.372.44 

40,585.00 

12.841,29 

12,000.00 

'■:8,52 

13,050.00 

71.50 

250.00 

88,470,88 

J5,50ft00 

8,139.23 

7,850.00 

11,059.77 

10,000.00 

11.027.23 

10.750.00 

4,044.45 

4.425.00 

27.885.78 

28.700.00 

4,473.80 

4.900.00 

11.5(4 80 

21,900.00 

5.409.4B 

5,925.00 

6.400.70 

5.000.00 

7.253.10 

7,800.00 

1,254.11 

945.00 



(145.145.88 
146.500.00 
Hit/ 
149,700.00 

1' * 394.28 
167.500.00 
80,279.53 
S2.ri(Bi i n i 
61,154.91 

M, .mi 

i:i.583.»4 

16(1,500.00 

19.S1B.94I 

10. 800. 00 

1 <'.:>. 1S2.U 

167.300,00 

62.489.30 

64,000.00 

117,081,30 

148,850.00 

14O.n20.67 

158,000.00 

1,031.00 

1. 800.00 

229.315.90 

223.-1 «) 

80.049.81 

88,000.00 

XI. 850.85 

77,700.00 

88.241.20 

89.8011. mi 

H,841.Sn 

I4.75ff.no 

I51.103.0fl 

1 l'i, 000.00 

1 8 110.97 

19,500.00 

199,308.43 

2O-.8O0.0O 

65,853.14 

69.300.00 

i't.s.w.ie 

4U, 755.00 
.17,812.26 
42,750.00 
12.402.14 
9.8 15.00 



t 67,454.28 

54,000.00 

4,270.56 

3,800.00 

41,440.98 

43.200.00 

24.473.90 

18,000.00 

10,145.74 

13.200.00 

245.'. 

216.0OO-00 

1.899.13 

800.00 

4.729.83 

8.800, ©0 

442,965.14 

1 2U .580.00 

2,898.34 

...■lnn.no 

3,269,92 

3,000.00 

1,913.98 

1,200.00 

222.115,20 

192,000.00 

11.430.73 

T.8O0.OO 

82,590.42 

42.000.OO 

44.038.12 

3»„A0O ihi 

35,220.25 

38.400.00 

225.185.04 

198,000. 00 

0.724.87 

8.400,00 

v,,i.i" ■>] 

54.000.00 

1.447.2g 

1.500.00 

17.600.57 

13.200,00 

50,097.94 

49.000,00 

1.672.20 

1,500.00 



$215,599.96 
200,500.00 
IS8,»«.8| 
147,000,00 
200,935.28 
210,700.00 
104.753.43 
100.500.00 
71 ,300.85 
78.200.00 
417,158.80 
415,800.00 
31,718.09 
20,400.00 
187,911.94 
173,900.00 
505,454 44 
486,580.00 
140.779.84 
154,050.00 
143,799.59 
161,900.00 
2.944,98 
3. 000. 0© 
451,451.19 
i9M60,OO 
92,388.54 
93.800.00 
147.441. Si- 
ll 9.700. 00 
132.279.32 
128,(100,00 
60.871.08 
53,160,00 
376.493,10 
344,000.00 
55,835.84 
57,900.00 
K54.443.tS4 
201.800.00 
67.300.42 
70.800.00 
68.990.73 
59.955.00 
87.710.20 
00,750.00 
14.074.34 
11.315.00 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
SUMMARY — DEPARTMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS 
June 30, 1957 



MONTH OF JUNE, 1957 



Silvia 



Lung SUti'M 

Cllola -... 

Ambuluirt Smite.. 
Bmrrtmry Boant... 
Cm«i«T 



-Ruilitt 
Bipma 

— HuiUitl 

. — GqmM 
— Rudir! 
bpam 

— Budjtt 



I.24S.0O 

;,!.-. IK) 

»,I ill 

21,000,00 
1.482,8] 

4,500,00 
11,043.17 
£,100-00 

:M i 



TOTAL EXPENSES.. 

TOTAL Bl'PUET 

Vruk'r RxKntHiurfs... 

Orcr Eipendiwrcj 



Other 
Ex poises 



2io.nr 

15M. I 111 

5,819. re 

3,509.00 
1.SHS.20 
1.000.00 
7,008.38 
1,900.00 



Tnlil 



!.:.i.t.i;7 

1,005.00 

20. 186.08 

1T,500.M 

6,S51.0J 

C. ,500.00 
18.031.35 

la^oo oo 

H I 



MO.00 


10.00 


850.00 


teM.4is.5i 
te»,i30.oo 


tlT5.210.08 
$3TT ,910.00 


tS81.853.80 
t«OT,040.00 


t 22.718.48 


| 2,689.02 


t 35,980.40 



JULY 1. 1956 TO JUNE 30. 1957 



Spirits 



Othw 



H. 528.10 

n, 5 ao. oo 
383,583.34 
388,000.00 

4. 2 IB. 30 

53. BOO, 00 
104,081 59 

1)8,400.00 
4.060.00 

I.IMHUM 



i.2!i>:.i;-i 

1,300.00 

55,223.14 

11.000.00 

15,042.12 

12.000. (HI 

78.1T6.S4 

60,400.0c 

129.80 

120.00 



$ 7.480.660.33 
t 7.51B.26O.0O 



t 3,864,390.71 
f 3,334,920.00 



28,599.63 



t 330,070.71 



ToUl 



15. Si:: 06 

13,350.00 

3S8.7iiil.38 

:.:'\ .cii 

89,243.43 
85.SOO.OO 
182,259.93 
146,800.00 
4,139.80 
4. 180. 00 



111,151.851,09 
tl0,851,180.OO 



t 800.471. 09 



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF MONTHLY COST OF OPERATION 

June 30, 1957 



SlIll-iM 



Food 



Drugs and 

Sonrftti 

Sup pi iti 



Other 

Operating 
Expenses 



Repairs and 
Maintenance 
Enpenses 



1956 — 

S' ' SH-SI-il * JMa».f» ( 137.03s, 03 % 67,sn,os s 1011947 

J™; B3a.597.flil S1.530.37 148 324 41 80 m B8 u ■Ua Jo 

g? "?■»«•« n-SKi" »***« "™ I"W»M 

2'™ liiJ.81B.08 90,327. 38 58. 106.04 72 OflO 56 miini 

"* 827.46S.0i 80.472.22 133:888.22 ll'SstM llllH 

1957 

iS" D21.BSS.71 B4.S95.O0 12fl.lBe.5!i 68 788 1R IS JIM on 

2*v 035.255.90 81,948.74 127 732 7 Mm 18 11lil« 

"•"* 828,718.05 91,160.05 m 44849 6803218 iHnlx 

April-- 827.698.21 83 434.80 131,018 07 65 800 10 

*» - 824.634.32 98.282.04 128 888*8 81 188 63 10 5??™ 

iw * 806.413.52 80.717.32 IuSum WjmtM IttliAl 

TMi 17.488.660.38 »,074,529.3T (1,609,388.97 t 8151.607.70 1 129.584.67 

?tt " Bt 8713 % *■<"% Ii.4S% 7.64% 



PATIENTS 



Toll! 
Cost 



In- 
patient 
Days 



Out- 
patient 
Visits 



Schedule II-C 



COST PER 
PATIENT 

In- Out- 

patient Patient 
0i»s Visits 



901.41 

905.755.94 

111.-. .051.2.-1 
952.992.34 
963,745.39 
932.305.84 



817,706.22 
315.S75.23 
832.980.22 
939,l»8.i9 
843,009.60 
881.653.60 



ro,809 

80,884 
80.326 
74,163 

711,(31 



74.141 
88.939 
72,104 
06.234 
88,818 

04,97s 



88,088 
71.086 
80,451 
89,448 
57,000 
17,818 



5B.8S0 
59,299 
58,850 
87.440 
77,449 
00,880 



(10-50 
10.72 
10.11 

10.92 
11.84 
12.34 



11.57 
12.80 
12.01 
12.99 
12.00 
12.40 



100,00% 



1.08 
1.02 
1.21 
1.09 
1.30 
1.27 



1.03 
1.02 
1.11 
1.03 
1.01 
1.18 



ill. 151,851.08 880,853 895,857 (11,71 8 1.20 



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS 

FUcaJ Year 1955-1956 Compared with Fiical Year 1956-1957 

SALARIES OTHEH EXPENSES TOTALS 



Schedule II-D 



DnurtmiTit 



1955-1956 1956-1957 



AdmlnistritHe k Gcm-raJ.. % 154.887.34 % 110,450.76 

Admiiiinc Bi»m> 91,098.15 98,582.03 

mrrie * imimniua .... aoe.ioa.89 22s.192.14 

Pmrlusloi 87.114.54 29,855.50 

Strnnwnis a4.293.S2 33,375.00 

pMsoonel 40,351.38 37.730.11 

Hometttiitni 345.820.55 S80.928.75 

Milplrtuuitt 305,362.38 3S8.B80.flO 

Operation nl Piul 117,736,50 150.631.82 

UbmJit 1T0.509.T8 170, 097.03 

Unco ibJ SoKloi Rooms .. 50,341,12 64,434.83 

BtadMt Stem 

LiFlnj Qu«rt«» 85.891.03 27,085.00 

lntmu * Pror. Stud. 

(Tulinc Mroue) 21.275.03 22.582.04 

8 Wen 1 Liilni Qtuittn .. 3S.7S8.54 37,636.14 

Other Prreoniwl Quirtwi 

Dtclin ... _ J«!, 126.11 415,055.88 

Mtdinl uiii gnntlcil Cin 526,421.50 57S.3S3.71 

Nantnr, Sortie* -, 1,460.170.23 1,507.575.29 

Pwchopilole 236.878.09 241,716,08 

rnnugi.™ Unit 131,305.63 148,115.68 

1'remalu.re Infjnt Cut .... 130.752.08 149.875.37 

While Tab«tulosli I'nlt .. 172,178.03 188,391.28 

Ootond HMrnlodi i nit BS,5H.itt S0.378H 

VlilUi i Col. T. B. I'ntt 48,088. 28 81.154.91 

Ccotrtl 8*niee _ 167,193.81 171.583.04 

School « Phyitrtl Th«*»y 20.263.85 18,818.98 

Student Nonra School .... 161,503.30 163.182,11 

Ffcimucr ud Dmts (11.731. 81 t;2,48MD 

tltdlcil Record* Library .. 13S.093.51 117.031. 30 

BocUl Benin 142,305.67 140,539.61 

Elect™ Hlcrarone 1,823.10 1,031.00 

Optf.iiiil Rooms 219.637.15 229,315.80 

Pollomjelltu 62.lflT.14 80,948.81 

Dcltrtry Room 87,059.25 84,850.95 

ABKthesli a Gu Tlierapr 88,591.07 103.9S6.0O 

X-8i>— Diifiosllc 152,543.82 151,308.08 



Incruit 
Dentuf* 



19551956 



1956-1957 



14,380.58* $ 180,258.39 I 107.300.17 * 

4,463.88 7,420.16 !l.li>8.85 

IM89.1A 17,421.87 13.338.19 

7.258.01* J, 5 11. 23 8.686.05 

8,981.18 470.29 S1«..'S 

MUttf* 619.31 7nL7(> 

95,308.20 81,534.85 111,647.71 

21,318.33 127, 547. 8S 137.1. 

2,811.39 197.358.30 2Hi.lv |] 

5.687.25 27,199.54 3n.2l0.77 

5,183.51 1,608.44 2.1 80.28 



2.003.97 

1.307.01 
1.131.80* 

"ojiS 
51.962.21 
137.405.08 
1 .837.97 
10,840.05 
12,923.29 
3. 781,75* 
1.52* 
12.166.63 
14,391.07 
444.89* 
1.678.81 
751.18 
10,987.79 
1,776.00* 
792. TO* 
9,678. T5 
18.452H' 
2.208.30* 
7,294.83 
1. 235.26* 



3,148.92 

2,830.47 

1.001.01 

3,266.60 

1.113,IT9.flB 

7,112.89 

31,085.50 

7,995.01 

54,911.80 

8,363.76 

14,237.06 

18,133.88 

18,811 L! I 

248,782.12 

715,97 

1,499,31 

409,659.58 

5,470.1)3 

8.0*4.98 

296.52 

208,981.80 

8,154.32 

40,936.11 

77.S32.81 

211,111.26 



3,573,14 

1,8*. 
1.14 
1.967.56 

L.l 11,101.21 

S.5N1 01 

ll.il!> I 51 

900.19 

67,1 

41.140.98 

14,41 

10.1 

24.',.r,r-2.Li.-. 

1.899.12 

1,129.88 

443.965. 14 

1,898.34 

1,913.98 

2^2,135.29 

11,136.73 

62,590.12 

•9,31 

tX, IS5.0) 



Increase 
DctrUiC* 



T, 131,78 
1.706.10 
l.iiiW.48* 
I 171.82 
151.70* 

30.122.92 
9,080.91 

is, Sid. II 

3,011.2:1 

510.84 

123.22 

1,306.14* 
768.84* 
1,299.04* 
30.921.58 
11.88* 
10.i3tMj.ii; 
2,191.83* 
12,542.48 
904.80 
2,706.08* 
6,310.11- 
3.663.50* 
8401). 17- 
1.183.15 
1,168.44* 
88,808.98 
■>. 7 72. 59* 
I64.M 
1.617.4B 
13,153.69 
3,282.41 
15,11 
1,381.78 

ij.oro.rs 



1955-1956 



1956-1957 



849,098.18 

101,618.80 

226.52 7. ii<; 

3fl.B2r.77 

2 I, Till, 10 

10,970.67 

427.145.40 

492.910.18 

115.; 

101,108.83 
60,010.56 

28,840.85 

23,911.60 

in (09.65 

3.266.60 

1,583.806.78 

533.534.39 

1,491,255.13 

214.S73.10 

li*<t,211.43 

Hn.lK.-S4 

103,647,83 

62,803.51 

608.01t.S8 

«,0,9"!' sj 
168.001.57 
411,393.39 
I4i .r.ti4-4 1 
146,310.63 
1,130.13 
12S.618.75 

ro.e6i.48 

133,985.66 
171,523.68 
363,657.58 



I 337,818.98 
107,888.88 
211.820.33 
30.511.55 
33.593.58 
38,134.90 
492.571,63 
523,850.42 
360,82:1 2:1 
2 1>6 ,307.80 
06,004.91 

31.268.14 

28.912.37 

38.778,11 

I .'.167.66 

533,811.72 
1.039,266.86 
947.516.24 
215,599.90 
188,946.98 
200,886 16 
104,153.43 

Tl.30fl.B5 
117.150.89 

21,718.08 
167,911.91 
S06.464.41 
149, 779.64 
113.708.50 
2,944.98 
151,451.19 

92,386.51 
147.441.3T 
183,150.49 
376,499.10 



fncejse 



7,218.80* 
6JT0.68 
L5J92.01 

3.084.22* 
8..X29.18 

tjstK n« 

65,129.12 

30.91B.24 

81,610.34 

8,898.48 

6,804.36 



2.1ST.19 8.42 



Pw- 

Cwt 

3.10* 
6.08 
8.T5 
1.78* 

85.05 
8.W* 

15.32 
6.28 
6.28 
4.35 
9.SS 



.81 
1.890.44* 
1.299.04* 
36.851.10 
50,380.33 
118,011.13 
3.613.11 
29,332.53 
13,830.09 
8,577.83* 
l.Htt.50 
8.498.18 
11.181.80 

89.83* 

34,001.06 

8,215.20 

1,511.04* 

824.76 

32,832.14 

21,790.08 

13,115.71 

8,628.72 

12,835.52 



I.6S' 

3'>,TT' 
2.42 
9.44 
9.03 
1.08 

13,18 
9,81 
3.04* 
1.07 

18.53 
2.T3 
3.52 
.06* 
7.23 
5.80 
1.04* 

3s.no 
5.33 

bo. re 

10.03 
4.94 



KS'S'St* W - S0B - U "wis 8 ;Ei i a £ •■■; .}£«• «■«• man mmX* "SVlt HI 

KM Bwii _ 38.833.38 BT*612 2<: ill as JCS. «1'§SfS! ».61».8! 80.285.88 08.BSO.T3 8 7W 85 1* 4t 

Bfee= iKffis 2 ls *8S S »| -.gf .ra Jgg JSSrS' 

^.^:=: 8 t^ "ijj&S »S2 agg tt:jg8 S| &gg J|:fg:|t .BgK If 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule Hl-A 

STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS 
June 30, 1957 

Ratrn lor DeareeiUlon 
Totil 



00 
o 



M»ln ILispttal BMj .... * 

SUinrnJ Nurses Home , 

Antliiiluwe House ind Uvxe 

UtHutrj- HullJim 

Iliiuw t I« Plint 

Wirtbmse * iBfinemor 

Anhml (louw 

I'nnti«kiiu 1'ilirnti Blillilin; ■-• - 

d ind Enclosed PssMtts „ 

t'ltuTt Tllhereulnjlj Unmirlil Hutldlnt 

rmlcssionil Students Home (TulMc Atc.) 

Machine & tt'iKsInortlBf Shop 

WMtt £ rulnrcd Tuberculosa Buildim . 
Colored Tnf)'r ' 

nberjw Kuildini 

Sisters Home _ 

Mile Internes Home 

Tool 



6/30/56 



MM .92 1. 'it' 
1,083,379.97 

iis.wri.ui 

31S.124.20 

31.1 ! 

11.209.89 

Stli.101.S3 

4.339.33 

■I'i'J.itHi."!' 

1*6,791.23 
97,8! 

7R,!'2!>.41 
lB6.a51.S3 
391.145 M 
208.024. B0 
458.340.75 
1.400.85 



7/1/56 hi 6/30/57 
Additions Cho. 011 



ToUl 
6/30/57 



* - I 



:>.*■; I 

I M 

113 

113 

31 

11 

Sift, 

I 

m 
m 

117 

;>, 

ioe 
i 



ST8 ■■•: 

ta si 

,184 19 

!i>l 88 

B10. 19 

792.83 
878.49 

i'20.11 

,814.90 

s.-i 



6/30/56 



354 .4SB.99 

42.783.18 
30.803.02 

11.; 

197." 
9,401.18 

2 7 9. 380.05 
79,11 
14,119.01 
41.7SSI.83 

93.n3ri.11i 

I hi! ,871.53 

B48 L8 

45,834.10 



7/1/56 1o 
6/30/57 

198,.':: 
21.267.60 
3,391.27 
9^61 13 

il2H.;«i 

224 20 

8.329.04 

86.79 

2.735.84 
1,947.45 

1,172 SO 

n.iw.sa 

28.02 



Total 

6/30/57 

t 3.485,339.10 

ST. KB. SI 
4B.09 
84 .80S, 51 
1»,3« 
I.48&T6 

201 .358.88 
2,487.04 

288,347.87 
82,531 H 
18.080.46 
43.336.02 
88,300.19 

994.699.44 

125.820.(58 

1.083.98 



113,786.049.07 I.. 



HS.78S.649.6T * 1.889,678.99 * 271.068.43 t 6,174,645.42 



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STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule III-B 



Rtum lor Depreciation 



Main Jlnsriilil BnOdln 

BtaocBl Nurses tlumo .._ 

Home (Tulinc Annus) 

Uunilry Hullilnis 

1'uuer Plain ami !«• 1'lanl 

Marliinr Jr. iViiuUntfcins Shop , 
Ccuitaitau PoUq&qj BuUdlag 

Dlbsl l'-!i';nili>5;.< llmlilin: 

LajltlTe-MillclltiiTset Itnildm,! 

While i ftiliirrd Tnbmaltwb liinl.lint 

lulirmilnsls Bullillnj 

Sisters' Hume 

Tool Hon ■ 

.ml t l itfd Walk* 

HnBf 

tfri Ki|nl|.mL:n; ... 



• KK'li Kifure 



Value 
6/30/56 

I 2, 168,607. IS 

118.7411.38 

1. 170.84 

189.321.14 

US.9S6.SS 

33,279,13 

I7.891.T4 

53.501.99 

Bejn.io 

JJJ2B.4I 

ta.B77.oit 

1,159.51 
29,1 



Additions 
7/1/56 to 
6/30/57 



Adjustment! 
7/1/56 to 
6/30/57 



Total 
S/30/57 



6/30/56 



7/1/56 to 
6/30/57 



Total 
6/30/57 



83,100,14 |_ 



ID. 001. 39 



21,649.88 14.S73.38 



2,458. 797.32 
IIS., 

1 .476.84 
189.SJ1.14 
63] 

,376.13 
47.SHI.74 
SS.661.B0 
66.111.10 

M.J 

13,677.00 
1,166.64 
7.58! 96 

20.7 
n in. ii II 75 



t I ."-IS 
11 

1 
L89 
812 
33 
35 

-■:; 
5 
l!i 



,476 

.936 

1V> 
Mil. 
,56 1 
III 

,sti;t. 
.781. 
929 
,668 

,s;s 
.344, 



111,270 39 f 1.603,140.35 

118.748.38 

1,476.84 

189.321.14 

050.00 813,886.35 

33,279.13 

4,789,17 49,299.81 

_ 53,561.90 

2,939.55 66,111.10 

106 ''7 5,665.86 

1,097,02 11,890,41 

1,061.88 

115.85 l.i!ir,,n; 

„.. 7,.'iS.i.:i:i 

2,975.7'J 17.854.74 

1.838.5S* 07.5H5.13 



8 3.601.857.8? 8 123,750.91 8 14,373.38 8 3, 7 71,285. JO I 2,978,840.60 8 157.SflO.99 8 3,130,206.99 



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STATEMENT OF UNEXPIRED INSURANCE 

June 30, 1957 



Policy No. 



Elfedite Dale of 

Coreraoe Data Eiairation 

.Fire Insurance— HenUl VllnM 3/27/52 3/27/57 

..Hnplu)«»' Fidelity Bi>nd 11/ 1/51 11/ 1/57 

..Depositors Fwi«t Bund 7/21/51 7/21/57 

.Boilers, Pressure Vessels mil Cu F8raat» 1/17/54 1/11/37 

General Liability (O.L & T.l Insurance 2/ 1/55 2/ 1/58 

..Auto inmate Injur)'. Public LlaMUly mil 

Property Diane? 1/10/58 4/10/57 

. CVmprerienslte. Fire. Theft and Collision 3/26/56 3/26/57 

.Comprehensive fSlui Insurance 1/ 6/56 1/ 6/57 

Workmen'* Compensation. 3/ 1/56 8/ 1/57 

..Money and Securities .... 1/ 6/59 1/ 6/57 

, Radium Fluster Polity 7/31/55 7/31/56 

..Auto Duuce and Injury 4/10/57 4/10/58 

..CnapnlHUilK Fire, Theft k CoUblrn 3/S6/S7 3/25/58 

..rMnprihBuiie Class insurant* 1/ 6/57 1/ 8/58 

..Heritor Insurance - 7/ 1/56 7/ 1/57 

..Workmen's OnmenatlOB „ 3/ 1/57 3/ 1/58 

...Fire and Eitended Corerue,. 7/ 1/58 7/ 1/57 

..Jire Rental Insurance 1/10/57 It 9/62 

...Boilers. Pressure Vessels k Gss Fumstes 4/17/57 4/17/60 

Rvllutn Flnater Polity i/31/56 7/31/57 

..Public Official 7/20/56 7/20/57 



Unexpired 
6/30/56 



Schedule IV-A 



Premium Paid Premium 

Fiscal Year Unexpired 

1956-1957 6/50/57 

% I 

„. 182.27 

ZZZZTZ "iei'si 

39.82* 

54.35 „ _ 

5,183.37 4."038,32 

1,623.52 1.217.67 

209.09 105.04 

2,686.34 .„ 

21.125.71 11,506 25 
19.830.84 

1D7.7.-I 
1.577.17 

220.13 

125. !M> 



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12877 f 

262867S„_ 

B-750128B....... 

CRB 31775 

U.O. 391096.... 
»A3 7348005.. 

A5017I' 

P.O. 121708... 

01 218851 

977-314-B 

PF 245113 

AC 333717 

507202 

Pfi-412<W«1 

HCS- 19698 . 
01-29>r 
Muter Slit*.... 

F1113515 

BMi;5R939.. 

P-26026 

11116344 



lies 

729.17 

18.24 

600.05 

1,252.67 

I.MM1 

1.324.61 
118.90 

9.7SO.B0 
184.61 

10.94! 



* 17,033.05 



$ 52.777.03 



104. M 

1.167.84 
18.34 



* 22.361.13 



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STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES 

AND PATIENT-DAY COSTS 



Schedule VII 



Total 



PATIENTS REMAIN INI! 

June 80, J»5il 

Mai 81, 1957 

ADMISSIONS 

June. IWf , 

7/1/5H to 6/30/57 _..., 

TRAN8FERRK1I PIJOM OTHERS 

June 1957 

7 I 56 HI 8/30/57 _ 
NTS DISCHARGED 

June 1951 

1 1/58 in 8/80 SI 
PATIENTS DIED 

Jllllr 19SI 

: i -.I, iii e ■■■ "it 

TRANSFERKEII W OTHERS 

June 1957 

7/1/8 
PATIENTS KKMAINl.NO 

June lOSf 

PATIRNT-DAY8 

Jam [951 

7/1 /r..i I., Q in. :,7 

DAIL1 AYEHAiiE Mi. UK PATIENTS 

June tS, 1951 

T/l/se U> 6/30/7.7 
AVERAGE LENGTH W STAY— -DATS 

Junt' 1!>37 „... 

7 ],.'.« lo 8/30/57 

PERCENT MORTALITY 

Jiim. SO, I9ST 

7 1. -..: 10 H/30/57 

AVERAGE MONTHLY OCCUPANCY 

June 1857 „ 

7/1/50 tu G/30/5J 



2.395 
2,201 

5.883 
75,052 



O.Tfil 



3, (Mil 



2.<»4ty 
64 »TS 

2,166 

2.113 

9.0(i 
11.33 

3.42% 
3.80% 

70.74 
78.81 



Con tig i oi» 



74 
W 

217 

2<> 



205 

j, as j 

111 

181 

M 

390 

57 

8,048 

20.5T0 

08 
73 

7.0T 
9.07 

5.53% 
4.40% 

51.57 
55.15 



G«i(fjl 



Pol iomne litis 



Premalurt 
Inf Jill 



Psychopathic 



1,831 

1.523 


69 
21 


5,300 
68,804 


61 


347 
3.823 




5,253 
66,461 


1 
198 


207 
2,816 






867 
4,121 


g 

22 


1.405 


21 


44.684 

615,889 


6(10 
15,265 


1,486 

1,081 


23 
12 


0.42 
8.68 


28.62 

lao.ao 


2.98% 
8,869 


1.72 


75.50 
85.55 


20.80 
37.34 



87 
78 



118 

1,08 7 



78 
758 

is 
3li7 

2 
30 

71 

Moi 

23.707 

7:1 
76 

11.58 
23.53 

25.26% 

36 iiv, 

61.14 
M.tH 



167 
188 

151 
1,740 

18 
224 

178 
1,774 

2 
43 

11 
ISO 

164 

5.069 

189 

1S2 

1Q.20 
34.59 

.57% 
2.23% 

118.10 
113.S0 



Tubetiulosii 



377 




m 


a 




a 


36 
426 


> 






18 


H 


247 


H- 


43 


K 


581 


O 




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3 


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80 






>-i 


6 


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c 


323 


1 




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to 




Ol 




Oi 


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t-» 


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<s 




Or 




-a 


27.30 




155.42 




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57.12 




62.23 





00 



CLINICS 
Month of June, 1957 July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



White Colored Total White Colored Totil 

Oiit-Pitionl Visit., . _ t4 fgM ;;:,,;,,- ,..,„, 108,518 389.190 558.003 

-'-<•■' 8,2il) 11.125 39,563 103,311 U2.K70 grj 

r. j .. .*_ „ _ . 17,144 43,815 01,019 208,083 492,801 70O.SS4 3 

tWurt-l^enjfneyB 1 H TO P 1 tltBt>Tru 1 t«ltr(»osferr«!t»Wu.ls Ill) 220 :;::!> i;839 s5M TbI? 2 

IJ.OM liO.CMO 20G.150 480,807 6B&.957 ^ 

o 

PATIENT-DAY COSTS "^ 

Am, Monthly Cost Total > 

Fiscal Year Month of 7/1/56 to O 

1955-1956 June, 1957 6/30/57 O 

IN-PATIENTS ~~ " 

''"-' ,. ,, * 808,701.42 | 809,843.32 »10,3U,l»8.la 

Mcnti ii mi Pittent-Daj j ltyno £ lain I nil 

oiT-pAiiiM mm * * "■" H 

Ti.uiSmlr.i- j 63.808.4S I 71,810.13 $ 830,452.99 Z 

Aienie Cort ptr Pitltnt-Vlsit $ [,j] $ lilg | 1 20 S 

g 

>• 



00 

at 



86 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 



Schedule VIII 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 
AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES 

June 30, 1957 





June 


7/1/56 to 


Pariah 


1957 


6/30 57 






191 


Allen „ , 


1 


60 




75 


1,142 


Assumption 


53 


742 


Avoyelies 


17 


227 


Beauregard 


2 


24 


Bienville 





2 




1 


6 


Caddo 


2 


22 


Calcasieu 


16 


306 


Caldwell 




16 


Cameron 




22 


Catahoula 


2 


38 


Claiborne 








Concordia 


.„.„„. 11 


104 


DeSoto 




7 


East Baton Rouge 


383 


4,954 


East Carroll 


4 


39 


East Feliciana 


44 


627 


Evangeline 


13 


183 


Franklin 




50 


Grant 


2 


25 


Iberia 


20 


266 






866 


Jackson 





6 


Jefferson 


500 


6,458 


Jefferson Davis 


„. „ 7 


77 


Lafayette 




231 


Lafourche , 


127 


1,326 


LaSalle 


1 


22 


Lincoln 


1 


7 




27 


388 


Madison 


1 


32 


Morehouse 


1 


32 


Natchitoches 





13 


Orleans 


3,265 


41,749 


Ouachita 


9 


84 


Plaquemines - 


75 


931 


Point Coupee 


44 


556 


Rapides , 


17 


165 


Red River 








Richland 





6 


Sabine 





S 




69 


788 


St, Charles 


72 


1,018 




4 


128 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



87 



St. 
St. 
Sfc 
St. 



St. James 

St. John the Baptist. 

Landry 

Martin 

Mary 

Tammany 

Tangipahoa 

Tensas 

Terrebonne 

Union 

Vermilion 

Vernon 

Washington 

Webster 

West Baton Rouge.... 

West Carroll „„.... 

West Feliciana 

Winn 



Other States 

Foreign 

Unknown 



86 


960 


109 


1,254 


32 


565 


4 


1 1 11 


40 


682 


123 


1,553 


132 


1,403 


4 


53 


188 


1,888 


1 


16 


15 


165 


2 


30 


54 


815 





2 


45 


487 


3 


32 


32 


380 


2 


9 


837 


74,351 


41 


645 


4 


22 


1 


34 



5,883 



76,062 



1956 

July 6,552 

August 7,064 

September 6,876 

October 6,612 

November 6,246 

December 6,813 

39,163 



1957 

January 6,913 

February 5,602 

March 6,013 

April 6,508 

May _ 6,970 

June 5,883 

35,889 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ON PAYROLL 

June 30, 19S7 



Schedule IX 



oo 

OS 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



MONTH OF JUNE, 1957 



u.uiMsnauvn and QEKEBAL 

■ . 

Account Ills Office ... 

TtilTIc Md lulonmtlnn. 

Purrlnuiiie 

Per8»mni>] Ih'inilni, ul 



Mlmnierjiili-JlnlilRr-.iiili 

Post llffift 

TOTAL AIMMMSTKATJVK ANU GBSEUAL .. 



Ailmiliiiiii Booms.. 

Starenwms,...^. 

Houjc-kwrptas 



Miistti 

liurmiion nC Plitit .. 



Linen wii Sreiiut li-'ini- 

BtBEtant Nmi ■. .' UciM i|uut*n 

ll„n-„ (Trim An i 

Bitters' Ltilm Uuutets 

liitijr> Deptrtm 

Medical will Surjicul Csrc-Oirira! 

IK fierrifc 

P»rliUtr? 

Ctetictoua Unit 

Pra M t aw Infiftt Cart,,., ..-.. 

White TuliTruliisI* Cult 

Moral Tflhercu!i,si.< Unit 

White juid Colored T. B, Unit ind Ptdbtrlti 

Oatml Senfce... — 

School o( Physiol TuenpF 

Jin/slug Eduotlnn 

Bcaool of Prwtlnl Nursing 
PtwroiKir «i<i Oros* 



Author its! 
7/X/56 



5 
38 

n 

18 

7 

3 



■lil 



II 

IS 

1M 

m 

39 
Ifl 

ie 

in 

B25 
112 

n 

88 
45 

32 
97 

4 
55 

G 



A(idilLo((*l 
Authored 
7/1/5(5- 
6/30/57 



Author iied 
6/30/57 



2 

—1 



H 



1 

1 
—1 
—1 



-10 



i 
—5 



4 

—1 



T 

38 

13B 

10 

18 

T 

3 



222 



47 
18 

if, 

48 

12 LI 

40 

IT 

IS 

8 

2S.H 

IK 

air, 

nw 
74 
73 
SB 

In 

sa 

9(1 

1 

55 

B 

23 



Actual on 
Payroll 

5/31/57 Trim. E«in. 



Artusl NunKr 
P«™» Employee! on 

Tom, Bel, Ptrrall 6/30/57 



6 

S2 

lis 
10 
13 

a 

3 



100 



48 

It 

272 

142 

4S 

126 

ID 

16 

14 

7 

233 

U 

752 

1(» 

73 

60 

80 

85 

29 

95 

S 

48 



21 



1 




1 


] 






14 


1 


1* 


.-> 




i 


12 




11 
1 


1 
1 




1 


11) 




12 


1 






11 


2 


41 


3 


1 


U 


2 

4 


1 


5 


1 






3 




1 


4 




4 



G 

I2S 

Hi 
U 

>: 
3 



198 



II 

15 
Ml 

mi 

45 

1211 

39 

17 

14 

8 

Ml 
U 

Tin 

102 
73 
8T 
80 
36 
31 
95 
3 
SO 

22 



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> 

50 
H 

a 
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I— I 

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> 



to 
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oi 

i 

l-> 

to 

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Swlil Smiee IHiarUMOt.., 

Electron Microscope 

• 

Poltsiftlyelitis Center 

ItcllTery Rooms 

Anesthesia 

(ins Therapy 

X-Ray Dlanostic 

X-Ray Tbenpcatfe 

Lalfc'MtorieH 

Partita] Ttanm 

Elect rurs.ri31t>f;raim 

Mood Bui 

Linit BtwHoB 

El"'<'iri<rrteejrtuilofranh......... 

Clink's 

Ambulant 
KneiKtiKy 

I'll:''] . 



TOTAL EMPLOYEES 



Batttati 



Student Nurses.. 

I'rctrUcol Xureca— 

MU<]i-ntS ...... 

faWttwto SM'lshr : . 



TOTAL (ITHEIi PBHSWINEL 
TOTAL ALL PERSONNEL 



72 
58 

1 

142 

40 

GJ 

is 

7 

04 
lit 
72 
::•! 
Ifi 
L3 

4 

a 

I H 
23 



S,50O 



1811 

277 

17 

I I 



ill.; 



4,200 



I 
1 

-I 

2 
IS 



93 



n 

ss 
i 

148 

39 
51 
17 
7 
SO 
12 
S7 

as 

17 

14 

4 

5 

144 

23 

M 

2 



8.583 



204 
ISA 

277 

'17 

14 

tin 



328 



1,35* 



Tl 
49 



105 

SO 

42 

15 

7 
01 
12 
70 
2r, 
10 
11 

4 

4 

128 

21! 

4!t 

2 



3.2*21 



230 

130 

172 



11 

39 



030 



3. Sal 



2 


l 


3 

2 


23 
1 
3 

1 


l 


i 
3 


13 

i 




A 


is 
1 

i 


l 





mi 



Ti; 



Total Number of Employees Authorial! 7/1/56 3,500 

AiMltiatlll Aultorized Month of June 1957 



Number or Emiiluyrcs on Payroll 5/31/57 

A 'I.I. No. of Employee* Employed during Junt - 

Leo: So. of Eaployces Released in June.,.,,.,.,, 

Number of Vaeaedes Jime 30, 1957... 

Labor Trun-oref Ju» 1957,.*-...... 



3,221 



8,401 

146 



S3 
43 



123 

10 

45 

15 

7 
(32 
12 
30 
25 
17 
19 

4 

4 
133 
23 
51 

2 



2.2B1 



187 
54 





11 









7 


30 




104 




134 


550 


3 


290 


a 


330 


3.311 



3.533 



3,261 

272 

5.13% 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule X 

VISITORS' FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT 

June 30, 1957 

HONTH OF JUNE, 1337 JULY 1. 1956 TO JUNE 30, 1957 



SALES t f 8,132.38 t f $102,762.70 t 

CMtiilMioia— 8*1« Tu _ 4.04 8.136,42 52.41 102,815.11 



a 

Iwatwv— Renle MwchuKilie. _ > ...... 2,004. 28 1.542 70 • > 

M«t*will» PurthuM 5,631. 68 68.788.49 g 

7.638.24 T0.811.18 3 

Urn: Iwrnionr June 30, 195T 2,188.08 5.4ST.18 2,189.08 68,112.08 ^ 

' — ~ »rj 

34,703.09 S 

OPERATIMi EXPEN8ES P 

MMi« 

C«fet«rU W«M««r. S65.0O 

C5Hti soo.00 s.eoaoo H 

Food Btniee Wwtm. 1.386.T4 16,194.04 > 

Cnitodlit Bmwiison T10.00 8,428.12 C* 



Csota _ 290.00 3,051.74 

Other Expense* 

orn« supjiiiHi _ 71.72 E 

Cu ind Elciiricily 200.00 2,400.00 cn 

nouJrtwpini Supplies 135.09 1,244,81 aa 

to —_. 40,00 

Repiira to Equipment _. , r,~,tr> «j 

Sundry 8T5.W 3.426.88 4.253.35 10,253. SI JJJ 

72T.57* 5,650.48* 

Deduct: llotpiul Contribution to Rttintitnt Plin 153.30 1,803.32 

Optnunt Lo«.._ 880.S7* T ,353. 80* 

'-1 timed on Vradini Midline ma. 2.898.ST 28,966.03 



5.43T.1* 




2,189.08 


2,899.26 






4,64 mi 
S.60O.OO 
16,194.04 
6,428.12 
3.440.00 


se.ooo.i6 


3.426.83 


71.72 

2,400.00 

1.244,81 

480.00 

SfM 


4,253.35 



NET PROMT * 2,019.00 I 21.613. 1» 

*BEB Tttun 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 

PROGRESSIVE BANK AND TRUST CO. 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule I 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

Children's Bed Kntlmtnent Fund 

Diuert Endowment Funds.... 

Ftfru Lefaey, Jean 

HeoderKMl Leiaci. Stephen,,, 

MrBuraey Fund, Alrclni S... 



Pelt; 
Cuh 



Mllllleu Mtnorial Fund.. 

Lape)Te-SIIllenu«fcer Fund 

Prest Endowment Fund 

Suurfer F.aslwirt Fuml 

Ttiilikiner Legvv, l»uise li 

Wei), Fjnanuei L, ud Clarife 

Wijner Donation, Edward 

Ltwln (.efiry. Noeml II 

Appltftle, All« V. 
Canfer Ftrj.k' 
HiRliu Foundation. 
Jensen Leiary, Virle B. 



100.0(1 
~K.tH 



Arthur 

Sundrr lunations — Restricted. 
Penic* rmiupedle Fund, Wn. ! 
Snclal Serrl« Find.. 

AUJsno Uiitf, Mary Ann 

Federal Reseairo Fund 

Lien Utary, Marie II 

Upton, Addie Hmlord 

Sundry Doom km — Umstritttd.. 

Graf Leiaey. Catherine A. _ 

Tertrou Lffacy, Cora — ~-*~. 



Smciil 

Fund 

Accounts 



579. Tl 
9.272.99 

56B"6is' 

M1M 

'i.'iii'.'ia 

i.am.uu 
13,258.07 

tt£» 

'M85.W 

120.85 

150.09 

12.784.11 

381.42 

eei.oi 
Wf.TJ 

255.11 

l,«M.«) 

1.155.15 

tas.n 



ImJiTiuuil 

Fund 
Accounts 



Distribution 



ToUl 



Principal 



I 6.211.07 t 5,311.07 

12.527.23 42,527.2:- 

— 5T8.71 

0,2 72. m 

1X.90O.79 13,900.79 

M&06* 

6,378.15 li.37S.l5 

981.80 

BJ.1S 193. IS 

1,«1.M 

i.sm>.oo 

13,258.1)7 

154.85 451.05 

- 922.29 

1.238. 87 1,238.87 
8.S85.0I 

129.85 

150.00 

12.784.11 

391.12 

884.94 

.. WT.T9 

81.568.94 34.586.94 

2--5.lt 

4.800.00 

1.155.45 

- B83 IS 

1,145.78 1.115.78 



:,.7si: 5M 
17.083.31 



IJ3.1S 

i,ea5.es 

ei.iT* 

508.54 

315,00 



794.91 
33.38 

1,865.04 

129.85 
l.jit.im 
12,784,11 
391.42 
684.91 

201.13* 
4.00O.00 
719.15 
9.87* 



545.51* 

24,843.88 

679.71 

9,272.99 

12,900.79 

742.24* 
1,712.53 
««.*! 

gr&oe* 

1,126.56 

1.388.00 

13,258.07 

MOtM* 

898,91 



297.70 

'"Ut.fii 

136.'30 
403.40 

418.45 



* 150.00 f 53,889.99 I105.515.O2 J15fl.381.95 % 88.923.90 * 70.461.05 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS 

STATEMENT OF INCOME EARNED AND DONATIONS 

June 30, 19S7 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

IIKSTJtKTKIt AS In I 

OilldmT* K»'.l Eadoniral 
pWfM I 

! UudM s 

Milium M.mnrtJl f ( „ 

Lapcyn \l Itt-ntwrier Kuml 

■ ' 

Tllklh'ntrf I 

.■II. .-. 

I II rf Jcwlsll 



J SOS in 



4.9T1 :i| 

L0O.95 
5,848,16 



LetKjr. .M«rlt A... 
i linuil 









3l.8M.S2 



I m;ksi'i;h ran as 10 isk 

Jlllhi-ll Krnl-'VMM. Ill Kllllit 

■ 

Win.- Ednnl . 

i , ii 

l'liun, Add) Mi 
s ii in it v Donation! 
Ural Upey, CiUxrin A... 

Tl-Mi 



1 ,508 59 
182.64 

180 M 

Hill i, - . 

60.679.41 



80,000.00 



l-.i ii,. 






81.4TO.00 

1.676.71) 
il.S8T.97 



13. Ml. 73 



..... |__ 



40S.35 



80,8flB.« 



10,793.17 

"CosTi? 



1S3.35 



918 U 



is.noo.i 



13,853.24 lS.0OO.lfO 



Schedule II 



Total 



to 



8 1.219.00 



14,540.84 
l,TM I" 

77.491.211 



.-.Ml llll 

IBS in 



10,000.00 
581.00 



ll.SU i" 



/JO/57 



t i.n 

r 50.00 

24.971 SI 

1,814.00 

5.888 50 

LOO H 

8,010,11 

rso so 

80S IS 

. «. 00 

. 
II 

l,It>.48 

121.T4B.S7 



93.441 97 

;is.81 
35,281.03 

180.88 

940.45 

143.296.70 



a 

X 

> 

— 

H 

= 
o 

> 



en 

i 

■ - 



J 62,684.38 $ 35.034.73 8 30,860.22 % 13,853.24 8 13.913.85 8 88,811.30 8265,049.57 



•RKTt f\t«n 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS— PRINCIPAL 

June 30, 195? 



Schedule lit 



TRJST FUND ACCOUNTS 
KNIHUYIIKVIS I'KIIMAXKNT tVND8 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund 

l>lt.,Tl Kn.l. 4ri.it:! l".)!ij 

ftfltt Lrjacy, Jfiin 

IIl31lI'- !i]ili™ 

Ifcrnraq rand, Ak-iliu B 

Milium Mtmnrul Fund 

pre .\iii-i lawyer Fund 

I'rtsl Kndnv mult Fund 

Stuifhr-Eutwbi rand . 

ThillioifiT Laaqr, LonlH II 

l.n!:Lj!i!i'l L itml Cbrice 

IVlsnrr Domiliin, Kdinnl. 

I^Hin Ltfuy. X.irml 51 



Cash 



I 5,786.58 
tf r 68&61 



I'ltl.VCII'AL FINDS IIKSTRIITKII AS Tl» 

A|jj>leiat*, AUct Jl. 

Cancer R*ttstry.... 

Htmtns Fnumdlion Fund 

leasen Lriity, Marie 1J 

Knua kttaorill Fuml, Arthur 

Sill!-: 

let Ortlmprdic Fund, Wm. F„ 

s-rial Serrlte Fnnd,__ 

.Villain Lrjafy, Mnrie A. 

Federal Kesrartii Granl 



PRINCIPAL FINDS— IWRESTRICTEII AS TO 
CamuMl. tm 
Dirts. Joba f[. 

ITjffel noutJiM, lU-lcn 

Unix Uttr. 

Upton. Addle BtnTord 

Sundry DMutinu.... 

CraT Lenry. CMheHns Awes 

Ttrtna, Core — U(K) 



*f;r;u Him 



rsK 



173. IS 

61.47* 
866.54 
818.00 



794.91 



1.236 ^7 

129,85 
1 ,10.00 

!■-! ,T84 11 
664.94 



20i.ia» 

1,000.00 
119.15 
9.67* 

088.33 

.'..207. «S 



$ 16.777.51 
1,781.220.22 



4r J .<imi.:u; 

106,482.31 

4,141.00 

204.517.30 



M,2l!0.!l!t7.72 



10.070.35 



1O.0T0.SS 



4,701.13 

21,606.68 

20,112.10 

4S.8S3.CXI 



S 88,918.80 f3.31B.B61.0T 



Note and 

Accounts 

Stock 8 reel table 

* $ 

107.750,00 

r..i»iii.ini 
140.1)0 

so.'sst.so ZZIZ 



Rul 
EjUH 








219,077.50 















1T«M 




























....... 


■ 







3.000.00 





8.0410.00 .. 




$227,677.50 S 


778.32 



35.090. 03 

•I. .00 

106.833.33 

151 .on 



14.485.00 
' tii,3O0M 



I7IU1 



1.843.33 



8.208.51 
10,051.84 

50.00 
750.00 
200.00 



l. ooo.oo 



Total 



t 21.564.09 

2,004,744. lii 

9,000.00 

106.833.33 

2 50.0 TO. 00 

.-■1,0X2.54 

2HS.20T.86 

4.070.53 

236,071.43 

14.8im.no 

15,8(10.00 

64.200.00 

T94.91 

2,987. 177. sr, 



10.103.73 

1,836 ^r 

7.1141.341 

1,973.18 

150.00 

12.784.11 

391.42 

664.94 

8,208.51 

34,506.94 

77.721.06 

50.00 

750.00 

200.00 

4,800 lift 

4,000.00 

1,803.23 

w^ar.oa 

28,811.43 
63,100.68 



(100,660.80 63,127,099.59 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Seb«doU IV 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF ACCUMULATED INCOME 

June 30, 1957 

mm mi 

Recounts 
TRUST FUND AMOUNTS Cm* Bowfc Sto* «ua«Mt Wil 



KESTRICTEH AS TO USB 

ChlldrW. Btd Kn<to™ M l Fund _ .. - t Blfl.51* * D58.3B % % * JI^ i? 



n 

112 7S > 



mX^S'™^;™ sv:z::::z:::::::z::z::::z:::::;::;:::::::::::::z:::::: u .t«:» sms ism a 

Milium MHinrnl hud T42.44* 1(1.010.22 41216 MHi 

LMwrre-Mlltrotan" F« 
Pmtt Ewkmrat Fund.. 
Suufrw-Etitwlck Fund 



niujicn mmanu rumi ..... , i^*.,*^ *-*»...-.-- - -- -- -. - 

Upmr-Mmmt^ Fund 4,rCMt «•»*■» »' 1 "-" 28 -!«" 

Piwt Eodonrnt Fund 443.27 479.14 „•"";••»■- k iST'it W 

37S.ns* 10.tMT.T3 2,087.81 iiiisTii O 



■n,ilb.m«- I*i«y. LnulM B 1.126.50 110.001.15 _.- "Hmoi W 

tVril, KmiiHitl L .«id CUriw - 1.898.00 _ - — — ••fSS'SJi. "fl 

Lrtn Ui«y. Xneinl M ««■»«• -r3K^S -1 IMS? 3 

AMlejilf Altrc 11- SHS.91 2.410.611 V„S ,i J? 

lulls u£y7i£z rsszr: : **.« i.ooo.a i - - ■ _ z:;;:;::;:z: '■ 2981 ° > 



•21 £44 a S38.S04.O2 28,840.01) — - S8S.BBO.T0 



VSUKSTMCTCU AS Til rSK 



\ 

28.11J.0O 124.T18.09 208.B6S.8T •?<£ SB J , 1KS'!S £ 

lltttert Studffit L,»n Fund - WM.JJ -— »■*"■« «•«?« S 

llnHfcnun Fund. Sfephen - 0.2T2.8D I8.2S7.JS -..-— 1.545.0O S-SSHf ■ 

Wlmrr naiilinn. Kdnid - • 13,258.07 28.191.20 25.018.47 65 ,'mi« £ 

L lEttI Uoo. Mvl» H 450.27 1,568.38 2,024 83 » 

Suihtiy Doiutioiu. - «J-Sp -rsXTST — i mVi -a 

M t.»tK». CithRtlK! A __ •■■■ *MM 1.000.81 ss ~ I'JmsS 

Mm iLeMry. On - _ "'■'" 8.100.3 1 639.50 - -_■ 4,180.36 

in.11fi.46 172.81T.00 230.121.84 4,828.05 458.88S.S5 



$ 70.461.05 2511.383.02 S2S9,0fll,8S t 4.828.05 |845,TS4.0B 



•KEII Fljnrt 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule V 



5,657,15 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS Silvio 
RESTHimo AS TO USB 

OiUdrtn'* B*d KndtnrfflefiL ., f. 

Fwran Ufify, le*n ,,,„„„„ 

MrBurafj Fund, AleilM S _,.., 

Mtljitni HMBurltJ Fund 

Lipfyrc- UN (entailer Fund 

St»ul (w- Eutwlct Fusd ~ ■',■"".! ....... 

ThUbnnrr Leciry. LwIk B „ 

WtU Fund, Kauuel tad CUulr* „ . ""Z. "™~ 

cin«r RftiitD' ls.iii.ii 

Hltiiiu FoimtUtlun 

N»U. Cnuntll of Irtish Koiiitm. 5.221.87 

Sundry Donitlwu , Tfiifl 74 

Sodil SwtIh Fund '„ ' 

Allison Lfwy, Miry Ann _____ 



Federal Rfj*Jrrii Crtflt .. 



13.S91.10 
4S.6IM.07 



I'SRESTHirTETI A8 TO I'BE 
filbert ftdmrment Fund .... 

Henderson LttKT 

Winwr Doutka, Bdwird. 
Sat*? DuutlMi< 



Indigent 

Fill Bill 

Wtlfire 



Endoiifd 
Buildings 



Repiln k Miintaunet 

Hospital 
Buildings & 

Equipment 



CipiUt 

Em-di- 

turn 



Sundry 



1,065.84 
"Mf'fJW 



is.es 

3.10T.42 



10,035.46 



3.122.33 



3.122.33 



as.u 



m.H 



13,035.45 
3,628.18 
1,256.74 



1.322.20 
9, 436. 83 
3.435.00 



874.13 
li DQ 

2,175.38 



60.80 



10.36 



138.27 



3,075.88 



3,075.88 



M,OU.M 



31,938.95 

io.ero.is 



(MHU 



i, iTii.it; 
Ms.'ia 

19,385,77 

37.455.2T 
II,4W.U 

•MOMi 



6,513.23 
150.54 

' i"o«,ii8 

3«"Tfi 

H.2S8.H 

26.857.84 



1,179.63 
660.58 



[08.11 



1,945.32 



T.UI 



T85 

92 

23,256 

IS.OM, 

3,085 

5.177 

6,579 

MS 

! 11,438 

150 

5.223 

8,808 

3,107 

48. 

33,876 



123,058.33 



73.R 111 

14.453 

29.450 

105 



117,658.13 



1 <»■»«■" I 13.157.79 I 3,215.15 % 60,636.09 % 88,301.20 t 28.803.16 S240.717.46 



3 

o 

o 
o 
o 



a 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
TRUST FUNDS— BOND INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule VI 



CO 



nilST FUNDS 

\LI,isii\ U50ACT, Muj Ann: 

I'. B, GoUficStai oi Imletilcdnos .. 
APPkEQATE, Mis. Alii, M 

i | Treu 

I.', s. Tivi.«Lity Uonds 

Tmuuiy Bonds 



Rat! ol 
Inltust 



IH9 



2-v.; 

2 \ ■ .■ 



CII1U)RES"B BED ENIMUVMENT: 

r m ttauwi Bos* 2(4% 

D B. B ■■< Bon*. fer. ■ i. *»* 

I B Striae Burt, Set "0" -' . 

r B. Tmaxs into 

Ulruku I'wlsli. Sci<- Dirt, No, U 3*% 



MllKItT ENDOWMENT: 
I s. Treasury Bart. 
I s tausrj Bi 
i B. Treasury Bi 

I S I 

r. s '■■ 

r. s. Tn« 

i s s.uiis tort, Bar. "i"' 

r. s. BtfUfl is Ii, Btt "0" 

r s. fttunti Bund* 

C, B. Trrasiiiy Bunds 

I 

I B 'I r : .i :.l -. Hunt) 

r. S. B»ll 

I'. S. Treasury Bond*... 

II. 8. TfMtury Noles.. .... 

I). 8. Trauury Hw> 

B. 8. Suliuti Bonis. Kef. "0" 



1U« 

2%% 

..... 2*% 

2>*% 

..... 2ft% 

2%% 

2%% 

2'4% 

MS* 
B«K 
»%% 

!%% 

•jv; 

3tt% 



Pile 
taturftj 



3/14/B8 



a i.-i ei 

3/15/70 



12/15/t;a 

8/ 1/5B 
9/ 1/59 
3/15/TO 
65-67 



U/1B/61 

12/15/68 

B/15/81 
6/15/09 
11/ 1/B2 
\a/ 1/M 
12/15/02 
0/15/62 
0/15/72 

e/15/aa 

3/ 1/50 
3/J5/70 
2/18/U8 
B/1B/S8 

3/is/n 

.-, '16/60 



Pit 
Value 



INVESTMENTS 
Bull Vitur 



Principal 



Trust 
Bmipt 



1,000,00 



1 II. ill. I Uli I 
SIM 

12.5(H). Oil 



io.oro.8s 



1(1.07(1.35 



B,5»0.(M 


e.MO.oo 


1.5«l."'> 




1,00 


1/Jiin IK. 


1.51 > 


47:i 14 


B.000 dip 




i8.roo.oo 


15,777.51 


'111, Mill 00 


■MI.I.III.JH. 


BO ,001 


49.7: 


,.!>,. 




55,000 i"' 


15.01 


18,000 00 


18,081 08 


109,001 


US 7* 


168,000.00 


162 ■ 


1 00,000. 00 


LOO.000.00 




223.500.00 


80,000.00 


J.00 




24,500.00 


■lii.i 




23.OOOt.60 


28.0 


2ll.IIIMIJ.lll 


10 nsi.85 


mi, urn 


110,0 


71.0IMI.llO 


71. 1 


11, lll.il. Ill 


1 I. 'Ml 


II. Ill 


6,013.00 



I 000.81 



100 oo 
1,018.60 



2. 411'.. 611 



BBS. IB 



BSI M 



40,0118.35 



4n.ii75.S2 



S.005.62 



1757 



1411 
1412 
1438 



18U 

1S30 
1435 
1126 



4334 

Lgae 

IBS! 
18S8 

1337 
1330 
1340 

1341 
1324 
1344 
1352 
1354 
1 3,-i ti 
1484 
1442 
1407 
1657 
1752 



O 

> 
SB 

H 

►4 

a 
o 

SB 

> 

r 



CO 

-4 



Parish of ff. Baton Route School District No, 3 2%% 

Ibpntlle Parish. Li. Pulilic tmiiroiement Bouts 2%% 

Bond not, Ponlchnrtritn Uxw District 2*4% 

State of Louisiana liitiwi)- Bonds, Series "1-A" mil -IIll" 3$% 

Pariah of CilcMlen, Srlioo] Disc No, 30 S 

City of X. 0., DpMf Pontiltia Buildlnc ReflnanclM -. 3 

Parish of Aradu, ('nurthMise Bonds 2%% 

state .if l.iiulsiin*, lli(hiray Series "Jkl" 2-2/5% 



GRAF LEGACY, Catherine Ames; 

I'. B. Treuary Bonds 2V£% 

U. B. Treasury Notes „._ 15*% 

U. R Ortlflralej of Indebtedness 3ft% 

HENDERSON LEGACY: 

l\ 8. Treasury Bondj... . .... 2^.% 

I". S. Treasury Bonds 2%% 



UPBTHi-JDLTtWBH«a» rTXii; 

D, S. Treasury Bonds.„_ 

f T . S. Treasury Bondj,. .„.„..„.. 
I'. 8. Treasury floods., 
i". i. Tnantry Bonds . 



D. S. War Swims Bonds, S> 

U. B. War Hat iocs Bunds, Ser "C," 

V. S. Treasury Notes „ 

D. S. Treasury Notes 



Orleans Parish Sflnpi.l Board — 2nd Ser. 

Calcasieu Parish, School District No. 23.. 



UEUX LKCACY. Mirle B.: 

Calcasieu Parish, School District No. 22... 
Calcasieu Paris!). School District Na, 22 



irrntrnxEY fund, Aieafna M. i 

1'. S. Treasury Bonds 

tJ. S, Treasury Notes 

IT. 8. Treasury Bonds. 

L. S. Treasury Boons 



g%3 

2%% 

■»_.■: 

r> 






]'.-■: 



8/ 1/62-67 
10/15/61-69 
1/ 1/81-65 
2/ 1/71 
1/ 1/56-82 
2/ 1/71-73 
7/ 1/74 



0/15/72 
3/15/5!> 
2/14/5S 



12/15/08 
3/15/70 



'. 16/68 
8/15/61 
'.,'73 
8/15/72 
10/ 1/02 
0/ 1/59 
0/15/58 
5/15/60 

12/ i/e» 

12/I6/fif'--2 



ino.iwii.ixi 

20,0 

108,400.00 
301,000.00 

si.onti.im 

10,000.00 
I3.ooii.nti 

1,007,600.00 



10.1 

1,000.00 
28,000.00 



U 00 

I.r.im.nii 



10,600.00 



5<l.»IKI.0O 

: " 



3 in, r. 00. 00 



2/15/74 
2/15/75 


2,000.00 
1,000.00 


6/15/S8 
2/15/58 
6/15/62 
12/15/62 


o.uoo.oo 

'MM. 00 

s. nnn.no 

32.000.00 
14,000.00 



i iid.T^ii.. « 

20.1 I 
10S.: 
295.: 

20.li7.lil 
81,000.00 

38,677.09 

1,781,220.22 



[1,908 89 

in, linn, mi 






11.11 




2.000.IIO 


2,nl3.r,s 


25,500.00 


25 .519.48 


l. mm. do 


1,005 78 


•.I, 


,11, in if i.i in 


■1,01111.011 


4, m 


2.0(111.011 


1.001.08 


.-.l.i ii hi.OO 


51 ,095.63 



.;i«,-.l7.r,r, 
7448.18 



206,432.24 


j,ei8.9fl 


4,701.13 


— 



2.! .711 

124,71111)11 



i.ono.3i 

l.n03,31 



11.631.10 
l.Xtlli.fcS 



10.237,73 



14,002.54 



1.001,98 



15.001.52 



1,668.38 
1,508.36 



32,005.58 

14, 000. 00 



1343 

18« 

1 3 1 ; 

1846-8 

1355 

L4S1 

Kit.; 

1888 



1414 


U 


1 l i;i 


W 


1753 


H 




O 




*1 


1 :!.-,:. 


> 
n 


i ist 




n 




o 




5 


18ft 


2! 


1380 
1383 


H 
i— i 

O 


1384 
1381 


1384 


a 


1500-1 
1788 


1387 


> 


137B 


w 




5 


1413 




1413 



1301 
1444 
1361 
1325 



- 

i 

- 



-1 



Schedule VI — (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 



to 

00 



TRUST FUNDS— BOND INVESTMENTS 
June 30, 1957 



TRUST FUNDS 

MeBUBNEIf FUND. Aleiina M.i (Continual) 



8. Trea.-.ury B<Mcnl . 

V. S. Treasury Bonds... 

C. B. Treason Bonds... 

U. S. Sutap Homb, 

1!. S. Treasury Ronds. 

& Tneaaury Bonik 



Ber. -0" 



Brian) of Cm i'.ititchartrsln Lctm Dlslrirl. 

State of Louisiana, lllfhuy Bonds Ser. "A! 



HIIAIKEN MEMORIAL FUND: 

0. S. Treasury llondi 

t T , 8. Treasury Bonds 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

0. 8. Treasury Bonds... 

0, 8, Sarins,* Bonds, Ber, "0" ... 

U. B. Sit lot,, llnnos, Ser ' 

Louisiana Buiidini Authority Bonds. Sir. "AA" 

Culcultu Parish. School District No. 22 



1'RRST HMHWMKNT JTNIi: 

11. B. Ssilws Bonds, Sertrs "f-" 
II. S. Treasury Bond!.... 
D. X. Treasury Bonds 



Rile or 
Interest 

-"■,', 
■■!•-,";• 

2'.,'-; 
1*2* 

iSs 

1 1'.-.','. 



■'■,-; 

i£* 

1U9 

.,, ,, 

Mttt 

»5* 






8TAITKER-EASTWICK Fl'SD: 

U. S. Swings Boob. Ser. "i; 2%% 

U. 8. Traiim Bomb 'i%% 

I. S. Treasury Bonds „ 2%% 

V. S. Treasury Bonds, „ 2%% 

D. S. Treasury Bonds. „ „ iVt% 

V. S. Treasury Nolo..... 3%% 

II, 3. Treason 1 Certificates o( Indebtedness 3%% 

Stain of Louisiana, Hlth»ay Bonds Sir. "1A" „ 3V4% 

Stntt of Louisiana, Hittiway Bonds Ber. "BH" 2W% 

American Trie. k Tele. Co. — Deft. $%% 

City el K. V Corporate Slock Transit I'mflMtinn Bonds.... 9 

Soullirni Piririe Co., Olefin Lints, 1st Morleaie Bonds.... f}4% 



Oate 

maturity 

I -J IB/TJ 
IS IB/71 

u I.-., n 

10/ 1/82 

a/ 1/bs 

3/15/70 

10/1B/BB 

1/ I/IS 



8/15/71 
B/15/8S 

12/15/8) 
6/15/83 
3/ 1/69 
8/ 1/58 

12/ l/BB-Bg 
2/15/88 



12/ 1/58 
12/15/62 
3/16/70 



3/ 1/58 
8/15/82 
3/1B/B8 
12/15/72 
8/15/70 
5/1S/B0 
2/11/58 
1/ 0/62.65 
1/ l/fil-64 
8/ 1/88 
6/ 1/30 
3/ 1/77 



Par 
Value 



.'.11 > 

18.000.00 
3.IMHUH1 

H ill. INI 

8,5(ViMHi 
10,000.00 
12.000.00 
27,000.00 

184,000.00 



1.700.00 

8,000.00 

14,000,00 

2.IKIU llll 

30.oon.uo 
_ 8.000 no 

«o,2<w 00 



880.00 

3, nun, no 
snn.nu 

i.et " 



INVESTMENTS 
Boa> Value 



Principal 



1,000.08 
14.000.00 

3,00000 

2,000.00 

2,000.00 

20J80.11 

1 -.2:>.2j5 

ib.i m 



841.00 
3.500.00 

4.111.00 



1,000.00 


144.40 


i.r.uu.00 


1.500.00 


8,000.00 


B.0IO.O0 


5 ,000.00 


4,1)85,98 


15,000.00 


8,588.88 


38,000.00 


88.071.25 


11.OO 




BO, ).00 


87.083.28 


82.000.00 


82. 870. 77 


5.000.00 


4.781.S2 


S.lliKMlll 


2,107.03 


5.000.00 


5,288.73 



8,583,81 
12,101.63 
28.149.39 

I88.03e.ft7 



1,707.14 

soii'b'a 



io,i8t. n 

1,529.25 
15.011.11 



479.14 



1(8.14 



BBS BO 



!1 3,500.00 



204.517.38 



4.780.58 

Tj.ooTbo 



10,647.72 



Trust 

Rrairt 



385 

Ht 

567 
362 
383 
438 
388 
380 



1372 
1374 

tan 

1375 
13M 
1377 
1371 

1*70 



1389 
1440 



1398 
1403 
1391 

1395 
1137 
17S4 
1755 
1387 
1400 
1390 
1381 
1392 



Ci 

SB 
> 

r— I 

H 

«! 

X 
o 
to 

t— < 
> 



en 

to 
01 

-J 



si Nimv donations ixrbstricteii: 

Cilnsira Parish, scUil IHslrltl So. 21.. 
Ciltisieu Parish. Sfhecl Uistriet Ko. 22.. 



rEKTROL' LEfi.U'Y. Cum: 

V. 8. Treasury Bonds 

T. S. Treasury Notes... 

C, S. Treasury Notes 

V. 8, Certttiotrj v r indebtedness. 



City nf N. 0. Cold Boom, Ser. 1917 

State or boubiaDa, Board ol EditratlMi mil Charitable 
Initltutlons 



ritlUittHUEH l.KCACY. Louis* B.i 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. 8. Treasury Bomb 

U. s. Treasury Bonds.. 



V. X. CerHJitates ol Indebtedness 






1U% 

1%% 

4%% 



8tt% 
2%« 



WISHES FIND: 

V. S. Treasury Boa* 

P. 8, Treasury Bomb.. 

V. 8. Treasury Note*. 

SUte of Lwltlun Hiehway Bonus, Ser. "Al" 
Calraaieu Purls)), School District So. 22 



■■':■. 

8 5/8* 



CRAM) TOTALS 



SUMMARY: 



Allison Ltficy, Mary Ann 

Apidejale, Mrs. Alice M. 

Uiildrai's Bed Enduiusent 

filbert Endowment. , 

Graf Lcfter. Catherine Atna.. 

Henderson UlafT _ 

Ijapeyre-Mlltenhertrr Kund 

Lieu Letwr, Marie II 

MeBomey Lepry. Aleiini M. 

Mllliken Memorial Fiuid....„ 

Prest Endovnent Fund.. . 

Stautfer-Btitwlft Fund. , 

Sundry Donarianj — Unrestricted.. 
Tertn>u Lcfaey, Cora. 

TMlbwier Lejaey, taalw B 

Wbner tmi. 

GRAM) TOTALS.. 



2/15/73 
2/16/73 


l.OOO.OO 




2.000.00 


8/15/67 
I/U 58 

8/1J/58 

2/14/58 
1/ 1/62-63 


2.000.00 
5,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 

3, 



8/ 1/64 



S/JS/58 
12/18/08 

n/is/ei 

8/14/68 



t 1/15/68 
3/15/70 
6/H 1 18 
7/ 1/71-72 
2/15/73 



10, 00 

22,000.00 



"'".'1110,00 
1,000.00 

is niio.nn 
s, oim. no 

111,000.00 



1,500.00 

J.IIIHl.llll 
lll.OOO.Mtl 

1,000.00 
16,500.00 



8 1,000.00 

12, .v 

16,700.00 

l.i'lli.i 

23,000.00 

16,600.00 

210.500.00 

8.000.00 

184, 000,00 

110,200.00 

1,850.00 

2i:;,:,niMiii 

■ oo.OO 

2-J.i 

111,000.00 
26.50o.ihi 



1,041.54 
1,041.54 

8.081.08 



l,9T0.33 
8,800.00 

i.oni.M 



8.109.04 

11.130.76 

io,iu.ia 



10.070.35 

15,777.51 

1,784,880.81 

21.SEie.60 

"S08,43JTs« 

4,701.13 

"w.BoSie 

1,141.00 
2a4.UT.3IJ 

3,083.08 
20.112.10 



2,100.00 

r.bodli 



3,100.31 

80,008,68 

4.S71.SO 

47,018.19 

8. 002.50 

110.001,15 

0,043.06 
1.437.43 
4, IM17.00 
0,761.27 
1.041 M 

28,181.20 



82,817,050.00 13,310,881.07 t 511,583,02 



1.000.31 

8,418.60 

808,89 

124.71B.09 

1,000.33 

16,237.73 

15,004.52 

1,668.86 

183,039.07 

15,010.22 

470,14 

10.647,72 

Mofcii 

110,001.19 
28.191.20 



1415 
1419 



1418 
1448 

1400 
1T53 
1410 

1417 



1181 

1331 
1559 
1758 



1410 
1441 
1498 
1409 
1408 



SO 
H 
-0 
O 
» 
•-3 

O 

> 
O 
O 
O 

a 

s; 



b 
w 

> 

T, 



$2,817,050.00 82,319,981.07 $ 511,383,02 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
TRUST FUNDS— STATEMENT OF HOMESTEAD INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1957 



Schedule VII 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS tmtion I nitres t 

mumn ENDQWKBNT FUND 

Algiers Homestead Association..., Algiers ,.„„„,„, 314% 

American General 8. k l. Association .\ ew (Means 314% 

Beaurt»ard S. & L. Association. 

Calcasieu S, £ U Association... 

rapit.il IS, k L. Association 

Central 8. Jt L Association , 

tUtiuns 8. k L. Association 

QtbRw B. 4 L AaoriUlra 

t'olumlitA Homestead Associnllon 



SU% 

8K% 



('■immunity Uomcslcml At* trillion 

CltliclfcS Homestead Association 
OnlbHatal B, * L. Association 
Boades B. I U Asssciaii«n 
tliiie Homestead Ajwrirtiw... 
Eouitalilr Mutual Hiwjestear) Association 

Fidelity Homestead Association 

First Homestead Association Kcw Ofieaas 

Fr-ni-h Msrlcl UiwimIckI Association New Orleans 



IX- Kidder 
Lake Charles 

Hiii.n Rome „ J*. 

New Orl, .-. 314% 

Bm»lus» 314% 

Baton konre 814% 

Nil Orleans: 814% 

Minima 

New Orleans 

New Orleans .... .. 

Si-* (Means 314% 

i-l.'ftn* 

So* Orleans „ 3%% 

Nil Orleans 3^% 



C.lohe Homestead Association 
(iuaranty a. 4 II. Assc 

Itincrnla Homestead Association 

Homcsceliers H. k L. Association... 

Home B. k L. Association 

Haaijnond B. & L Assorislii.n . 

llaiTia Building Association 

Ideal a. A II Association 

Irirestiirs Homestead Association.. 
Jefferson Homestead Association.. 



LMnsston S. k L. Association.,,, 

Minil-n B k h. Association 

Monroe B. fc h. Association _ 

Pelican Homestead Association ......... 

Rapides B. * L. Association 

Ruston B. k I„ Association 

Security B. k L. Association _ 

State Savings k Loan Association.. ..... 

Slide] S. k H. Association Slldell 



\, . nil.. 

New Orleans 3>4% 

New Orleans 3l£% 

New Orleans 3^4% 

\iw Orleans 

Hammond 

Sew Iberia 4% 

New Orleans 314% 

New Orleans - 314% 

Gretna . ... 

tienham .Sprlnti .... 4% 

Minrha 3V4% 

Monroe ..„ 4% 

Sew Orleans 3V4% 

Aleundrji 4% 

Ruston 

Sew Orleans „ 314% 

New OrltMH 314% 

i'.; 



Principal 



S.nini.ini 
K.WHinn 
8,000.00 
8,<MK 

"s.'ooOo 

8,000.0X1 
fi.OOO.drt 



8,000.110 
8,000.00 

«, 111 III. (Ml 



ft .000. 00 
8,000.00 



s. ."II 

8 .000. I'M) 

,'1,1111(1. HI) 
117,000.00 



INCOME 



6/M/57 

t 8,80a 12 

8,3611.41 

8,365.4! 
B.S6S.43 
X .385. 43 

8.954.0!) 
365.41 

3115.42 
' 

83eS.il 

3il.'. 42 
342.05 
343.08 

s .:;.:.-.. il 

g^et is 

sea ii 

305.42 

344.81 

8,448 8J 

9.519.88 
viii- li 
848.8] 
344,81 
8.448,05 
B.383.40 
8.954.10 
8 80S. IS 

8,800.41 

848.T8 
288.38 

in;, hit. in 



Interest 
Earned 

2T4.04 
274.07 
274.07 
205.32 
2H5 ill 
271 Ml 
274.00 
294.02 
274.07 
810.13 
274.04 
IT*. 0)1 
27407 

■>-!■! n 

274.04 
274. 0(1 
IN 80 
284. 4T 
2T4.07 
274.07 
JT8.M 
JT4.08 
273.37 
881 is 
US I.. Ml 

174.04 

in so 

JT8.88 

341.30 
2BT.10 
888.91 

274.07 
385.80 
274.04 
273.111 
273.30 
203.06 

1 11,11 1.1.7 ! 



Total 

8 8.039.40 
8,089.60 
8,889.80 
8,880.18 

S.'o 

8,838 50 
8,888.48 

8,830.44 
8,689.80 

ll.27ii.22 
63B.45 
639.49 
639.49 

bm n 

8,639.48 
888 is 
81S. 88 
888.98 

8,639.51 

8,839.50 

839.41 

639.48 

..1-. is 

8,886.40 

3.904.88 

8,639.48 

023.18 

618.19 

8.T89.35 

8,883.80 

9,293.02 

3.639.50 

!i. ml.;. 72 

8.639. 4 6 
615.38 
616.00 
496.04 

203,593.87 



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LATET BE - M 1 1 ,TB.\BK K(i BK KUND 

Ftrat FrftnU S. & L. Assoflilliro 

MrKlRNEV Fl'ND, ALEX IN A a 

CagmuiwctlU] Sstlnji AssodiUon. New Ofleuis 

St. Tjircminy Ssrlirgh- Association.. Corifletfln 



MILLIKKN HKMOitlAL rum 

811*11 B. & II. A«sociiUorL 

SM.FFBR-EASTVY1CK FIND 

Csrrolton Honestrad AaswliMon.. 

Mown B. 4 L. AssMtititm 

Pmplcs K. is. Auwlillon 



KU.Hl 



Nnr Orleuu 
Monnw 



TKltTROU LEGACY, CORA 

Gruttr New OrltaBij Homesteirl Association x tw orlnnj 

WISSER DONATION. EDWARD 

Filtli District Ilra«l<3il Society Aiders 

Jicksm l|r>mt>tMd Association... \ llt Otleus" 

Oat llomntMd AiwciMiMi N (B Orleuu 



TOTAL— HomeftMd IniertnenU— Options! Shins 



1-; 



4% 

-I':; 



3i4% 



5,000.00 

8.500.00 
8,000.00 
9,000,00 

!6,00O.W 
8,000,00 



*15U,0OO.00 



a.rn.ss 



MBS, 1 1 

8, 3435,43 
10,730.84 



aoa.oo 

454.09 
271.88 
333.00 

1,061.07 



Sefi.43 



8,305.42 
8,365.48 
8,305.43 

25,000,28 

$245,148.51 



332.11 



J95.30 
373.04 



5J8.S4 



J10.18 



316.11 
832,18 
WT.OS 



1,023,34 



274.07 



271 n7 
274.00 
274,08 



S22.21 



% 13,878.97 



9,108.09 

8,600.73 
17,299.18 



412.16 

770.20 
607.00 
710.05 

3,087.31 

BS9.J0 

8,039.40 
S.63B.48 
3,639.50 

25,918.47 

1259,027.48 



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102 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Schedule VII-A 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
STATEMENT OF STOCK OWNERSHIP, TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 19S7 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNT Printijnl In 

DIBERT ENDOWMENT FIND - 

National American Bank. New Orlnni _ * 12,750,00 *•- 

Mbert, BMtrelt and Rm _..___„_ ____ ^S??- 00 . -Vm i 

Homestead Stock— Optional Shares ...._. UT.OOO.OO 

10T.T50.00 



LAPEYRE-MILTEN'BERGEK KIND 

s..iiihduwn Sajir 140.00 



Hottusttid Stock — Optional Shan* 



HeBIRNEY FTND. ALEXISA S. 

Homestead Storl Optional 8harr» 



110.00 



MfLLIKEN MEMORIAL PTJND 

Honstttd Stock— Optional Spares ... 8,000.00 



STACFER-EASTWICK Fl'N'DS 

Standard Oil Co. of KM Jew? ... 4.981.50 

HoHMd Stock— Optional Rham 26,000.00 

30,987.30 



TERTROU LEGACY, CORA . .„ „„ 

Btort-OpttoiBl Sham - - S.0O0.OO 



WEIL LEGACY'. EMASl'EL U AND CLARICE mM M 

Dafcn Homestead Aimdatuin — Fiid up 8Mct B.OW.Oo 

Hlberaii Homestead AsmtlatWin— Paid or> Start S *°2M5 

Guaranty H. 4 L. Association— P» id tip Stock _.___.._ '■5°S'S2 

Flint llnnalod & Uan Association — P«ld ip Stock ._. — — 800-0° 

15,800.00 



WTSNER DONATION'. EDWARD 

Homestead Stock— Optional 



Total Stock I»«tnat) .._.... . $227,877.50 



21S.563.8T 


34.45 
9.106.09 


0.141.44 


17,290.18 


412.10 


2.087.31 


2.08T.31 


639.00 











25.918.47 


S259.Oei.93 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 103 

Schedule VIII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF BOND LIQUIDATION FUND 

June 30, 1957 

Cash — Nitioul Anerioa Bank 6/30/56 $211,016,00 

Investments in Securities 

J22O.00O.D0 U. S. Trawl- Bills, due 7/12/56 .... 318,886.18 

Balance In Fund, June 30, 1956 J12B.612.iS6 

Cub Bulanw, My I, 1956 Sill. MS 00 

Receipts: 

Bale of J220.0O0.0O U. B. Treasury BI1I» _,... 218,508.10 

Interest ftancd on InTestmeots . 9.997.07 

Ii«enue from li Stale Frueise Tai .._ 800,000.00 ],028,B93.2S 

Total — Cash Balance L Receipts „ 1,239,638,34 

Disbursements: 

Retirement of Bonds 

1936 Ima, Puld. Oct 15, 1956 $ie9,<M».f>0 

1B38 bntue. Paid Auc- I, 1856 188,0*0,00 337.000,00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 

1836 Issue. Paid Oct. 15, 1956 10,725.00 

1938 Issue, PtM Am. 1, 1956 „. 51,811.26 

1036 Issue, Paid Apr. 15, 1967 37,315.00 

1838 Israe, Paid Feb. 1, 1657 „„ ~™ 18,883,25 178.6TO.60 

Triiuferrad to Hospital Opefatlna. Fund „ 287,818.08 

Commlsston Paid, hancUiiii Bond Coupon 91.48 

PurIuk of $212,000.00 U. B. Tnuiny Bill* 210,183.10 1,013,791,23 

Cash Balance, June 30, 1057 225 gis 09 

Add — InrtstmrJit In II, 6. Treasury Bills 210,188.18 

Balance — Accountable , „.. 4jtg Qjg 25 

Deduct: 

Restnre for Retirement & Accrued Interest 

Retirement, 1S36 Issue, due 10/15/57 176,000.00 

Retirement, 1838 Issue, da* 8/1/57 171.000.00 350,000.00 

Interest, 1836 Issue, due 10/15/67 37.313.00 

[■Mat, 1898 l>',m-, ebH 8/1/BT HtjtStM 86,028.25 136,028.25 

Unencumbered Balance— June 30, 1957 % 0.00 



104 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Schedule IX 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF BOND OBLIGATION 

June 30, 19S7 



Serial Bondi— 1956— .035 52,134,000.00; 










Principal 


Interest 


Inlo-Kt 


Total 


Year 


Out Oct 13 


Due Apr. 13 


Out Oct. 13 


Prin. & int 


11'" 


f 1I8.0OU.ihi 


% 


f 37.34S.on 


% 213,345.00 


190S 


Mt,l«l 




34,265. W 




IMS 


n 1,1, 


31.UI 


31,045.00 


254.1 


use 


IO0.0OC H 


17,988 00 


27 .685, no 


. 


1961 


060.00 


24.195.00 


M485.00 


356,370.00 




900.00 




" ' - 15.00 


258.0 


1863 


. ,i, in, 




I'l, 747.50 




liitil 






12.792.50 


261.5S5.rtO 




216,000.00 


a h 


x.cia.M 


328.00 


196(1 


000.00 

12,131,000.00 


5T.S8 

% 180.285.00 


7.50 
f 217.630.00 


257.715.00 




S2. 531. 815. 00 



Serial Bondi— 1938— .0385 $2,529,000 00: 





Principal 


Intotjt 


Irrtereit 


Trial 


V«f 


Due Aug. 1 
I 174.000.00 


Due Feb. 1 

S 


One Aug. 1 


Prin. & InL 


1857 


$ 48,683.25 


$ 222,683.25 


i 95€ 


181.1XMI.lill 


88.78 


45.333,75 


271.667.50 


i as 


iS7.noo.oo 


41.xl9.50 


41,848.50 


27ii,>. 


1060 


IM.IKW.OO 


■ 


38,2! 


270,499.50 


I9M 


102.000.00 


:: I. - . 1:1.25 


34,515.35 


2 71.030. SO 


IM1 


209,000 DO 


30.628.7:. 


30,626.75 


270,253.50 


1003 


217.000.00 


28,603.50 


28.603.50 


27n.207.no 


1964 


223.IIOO.OO 


22.426.25 


22. 426,25 


2iiH.862.50 


1065 


234.000.00 


IS.ffl 


18,095.00 


2 7 II. 190.00 


I960 


MS, )'<« 


13,590.50 


13,590.60 


270.181.00 


1967 


KB.OOii in, 


8,9ia.rs 


8.B12.75 


269.825-50 


1068 


211.000.00 
12,529.000.00 


4,0v, 


4.066.76 
S 332,063.00 


219,133,50 




$ 284,269.75 


$3,140,222.75 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 105 



ANNUAL REPORT 
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 19S7 

At the close of the year the Department was operating: with ten employees. 

There were 21,117 Purchase Orders, Purchase Order Changes and Pur- 
chase Order Cancellations written during the twelve-month period. An 
average of 3.107 items per purchase order resulted in approximately 65.i;im 
individual purchase transactions. 

All specifications, purchase orders and contracts for all supplies and 
services for the use of the Hospital were written by the Department with the 
exception of four major projects on which the services of professional 
engineers and an architect were obtained. 

All contracts and orders were awarded to the lowest responsible bidders 
on a competitive basis. The services of testing- laboratories were utilized to 
assure compliance with certain specifications. 

In addition to the Inspection requirements for meat and meat products, 
fresh fruits and vegetables, poultry and eggs, dried beans and <■■ 
processed foods and the corresponding services of the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture and the Louisiana State Department of Agriculture, the services 
of the National Coffee Association were utilized in the testing of coffee 
purchased for the Hospital's use. 

surplus commodities received from the Food Distribution Section of 
the State Department of Education were as follows: 

Cheddar cheese 17,394 llis 

RlCe 394>00 lbs 

Dried powdered milk, 220 lbs/case 120 drums 

Fresh eggs. 30 doz/case 4 35 cases 

Fresh cabbage, 50 lbs/sack 118 sacks 

Turkeys 3,742 lbs 

Fresh plums, 28 lbs/box 315 boxes 

Butter, 63 lbs/box 250 bo 

Lard, 50 lbs/can , 2S0 I 

Processed cheese, 30 tbs/etn 627 ctns 

Red kidney beans, 100 lbs/sack 85 sacks 

Navy beans, 100 lbs/sack 85 Silt jhN 

The market value of these commodities was 143,725.49, a. reduction of 
(60, 645.07 below the value of those received the previous year. 

Respcctfuily submitted, 

/■/GEORGE A. SANDERSON JR 
George A. Sanderson Jr. 
Purchasing Agent 
gas /ay 



106 CHARITY" HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

Total number of active employees as of June 30. 19S7: 3,237 

Salary Increases effective August 1, 1956 were awarded to 1.9-14 emplo 
and special entrance rates of pay were provided for Graduate Nurses I and 
II and Practical Nurses I and II in an effort to retain professional personnel 
in our nursing services. 

The Personnel Office was rearranged in September and all employ 
centralized in one large office. A file room was set up to house over 
27,000 inactive records. Telephones were relocated, the offices were painted and 
work was started to clear all files of unnecessary materials. 

Mr. Clarence O. Roberts checked this department's records against th 
of the Accounting Department and those of the Department of State Civil 
Service In November and December. All was found to be in order and a most 
favorable report was submitted by Mr. Roberts. 

A new civil service pay plan to be effective February I, 15*57 was 
approved by Governor Karl K. Lonir. The Hospital, lacking sufficient funds, 
found It necessary to request permission to deviate from this new pay plan 
until such time as the money was available to make the necessary adjustments. 
This permission was granted "by the State Civil Service Commission until 
July 1, 1957. In the meantime, several studies were made to determine the 
cost to the Hospital of meeting these revised pay scales. When the Legislature, 
«i its fiscal session, granted the needed monies, 2,985 salary adjustments total- 
ing 548,343.50 monthly were made effective July 1, 1957. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/S/CHARLES C. STURTEVANT 
Charlea C. Sturtevant 
Personnel Director 



ANNUAL REPORT — AMBULANCE SERVICE 

NEW ORLEANS COSMOPOLITAN AREA 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



Date Amb. No. 1 

1956 Calls Mils 

Julj 172 901 

^u«u* 322 i, era 

fctrtMbw. — 302 l.oil 

<feiob«. 22< lplS4 

Ndimibfr 315 1,608 

member 450 2 354 

1957 

January 329 1,528 

Wbraw 202 Ki 

Mirth 18f 1,088 

April 80 535 

"V - S3! 2,011 

Jm» ITS 1,058 

Totals. _ 3,076 18,402 



Ant. No. 2 



Call! 

r.i 

80 
87 
5T 
13 
10 

217 
271 
210 
153 
KM 

78 



Miles 
470 
S64 
Nil 
415 
120 
10 

049 

902 
1,380 

706 
1,534 

038 
8,149 



Cilli 



No. 3 
Milts 



Arab. 
Ca.Hi 



280 
til 

50 

es 

18 
83 

rs 
re 



No. 4 

Mils 



27 
1,433 

i;n<> 
018 

034 
801 
891 
0O5 
672 



7S7 6,090 



Cilli 
318 
3t4 
354 
177 
407 
310 



tog 

318 
316 
407 
359 
3,306 



No. 5 

V.Ik 

i.ooa 

1,785 
1.355 
887 
2.184 
1,478 



877 
1,705 
1,891 
2,609 
3.290 
18,855 



Amb. No. S 



Calls 
325 
287 
IIS 
403 
869 
401 

380 
70 
TO 

HH 

354 

143 

3,249 



Mill 

1,450 

1,261 

i.tisi 
2.IJ7S 
1,MI 
1,075 

1,609 

400 

363 

1,133 

2.110 

873 

16,591 



STATEWIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Date Amb. No, B Totals 

1956 Calls Miles Calls Milts 

368 2,961 1.481 7,911 

AoiM* 340 2,022 1.528 8,418 

September 200 1,027 1,510 7.810 

October. 312 1.020 I 810 S 540 

Nwtmber. S97 2.C04 1,080 S tit 

DKcHtur J9i 2,030 1.739 J.OM 

1957 

Imnirr.... .... 122 1460 1,669 fi.228 

T&nvt 331 1.:.2:-: 1,435 fi.e.-'4 

«*T* - 227 2,1:12 1.710 9,681 

April 318 2,454 1,364 9 132 

WW ~~ ~ 44 289 1.630 I U3 

*«* 300 1.909 1,419 g HO 

Totltl _.. 5.628 21.096 13,790 103,321 



Calls 
27 
26 
14 
17 
10 
22 

27 
20 
18 
16 
44 
16 
263 



No. S-l 
Miles 
5,«5 

4.41'! 
I,fli)8 
3,330 
3,477 
3,389 

3.327 
SVMB 

2,349 

2,138 

046 

st.on 



Amb. No. S-2 
Calls Milts 



Amb. No. S3 



IS 
14 
19 
23 

16 
16 

3 
17 

40 
167 



1,999 
2.21.1 
2,613 
2,684 

2,849 
1,815 

449 

1.679 

4.278 

20,684 



Calls 
28 
20 
24 
21 
22 
16 

13 

1-; 
26 
39 
28 
IS 
290 



1,058 
i,t01 

2,i;-,: 
2.01:1 

2 1-1 
3.5H2 

2,143 
1.175 
3.704 

2.330 

2,760 

3,929 

34,404 



Calls 
246 
225 
380 
172 
128 
127 

247 
270 
311 
275 
77 
357 
2,001 



No, 7 

Miles 

1,333 

1.114 

1,790 

943 

f.s.l 

609 

1,145 
1,308 
1.938 
1,758 
557 
2,390 
15,469 



Calls 
53 
52 
57 
52 
57 
61 

58 
62 
(4 

53 

87 

81 

720 



Totals 



Mites 
8,523 
9,023 
6,584 
7,653 
8.574 
9,575 

8,419 
5.535 
6,689 
5.128 
8,581 
8.853 
91,117 



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108 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

SISTERS' DIVISIONS 

July I, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

The annual reports of the four departments which comprise the Sisters' 
Divisions— Nursing- Service, School of Nursing. Housekeeping and Dietary— 
have been prepared !n detail by each of the respective departmental directors. 
A brief summary reveals the following: 

The Nursing Service Department has continued its efforts to provide 
adequate nursing care by means of recruitment and assignment of professional 
and practical nurses. Although no great increase In the number of professional 
nurses Is evident, the department has strengthened and solidified its previous 
gains by conducting a continuous in-service training program for practical 
nurses and nurse aids, and by a series of staff education meetings which have 
been held for professional nurses and other personnel. The department is 
continuing Its efforts to decrease the number of non-professional employees 
and to increase the number of professional employees correspondingly. 

The School of Nursing has maintained Its national accreditation despite 
numerous problems, among which might be listed the turnover of personnel 
on the teaching staff. Inability to secure adequately trained teaching personnel 
has resulted In curtailment of student programs In some areas, particularly 
in the affiliation program, but it is hoped that this set-back Is temporary and 
that the School will soon be able to resume its full-scale affiliation program. 
This program is of great value to smaller schools In other areas which 
supplement the training of their students by a period of affiliation at Charity 
Hospital. 

The Housekeeping Department Is continually striving to Improve its 
service and to maintain a safe, sanitary and attractive environment. During 
the past year, the department has assumed responsibility for alt gt-r 
cleaning duties on three of the larger patient areas. Custodial employe^ 
these divisions were transferred to the Housekeeping Department and a 
full-time housekeeping supervisor was assigned to each division. It is hoped 
that eventually alt custodial personnel will come under the direct supervision 
of this department. Difficulty Is still being experienced in th.. department's 
attempts to maintain adequate linen supplies on the patient divisions at all 
times. 

In the Dietary Department, the shortage of qualified Dietitians hu 
made it necessary to supplement the staff with supervisory personnel who 
are not Dietitians in order to provide adequate meal service on the patient 
divisions. Despite this handicap, the department has been able to extend its 
hot meal service, in which meals are served directly to the patients from 
steam carts which are taken into the wards, to approximately every patient 
area. The cost of food continues to climb, thus making it difficult for the 
department to operate economically and efficiently. The quality of meals 
furnished to patients, personnel and students In the various training programs 
conducted at the hospital, is excellent, and the department hopes that it 
will be able to adhere to Its established high standards of service and quality. 

The Director of the Sisters" Divisions was on an extended tour of Europe 
during three months of the fiscal year. Much of this time was spent in touring 
the hospitals, nursing homes, medical facilities and health agencies of th. 
countries visited. The National Hospital Council of Italy which met in Rome 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 109 

during: April, and the Internationa] Hospital Council which met In Lisbon 
In June, were attended, and interesting comparisons were evident between 
the European hospitals and health services and those of our country. Much 
information was garnered which will be of value in the overall planning, 
coordinating- and proper functioning of all activities which come within 
the scope of the Sisters' Divisions. 

The administrative staff of Charity Hospital has been consistently cour- 
teous and cooperative in all of our associations during the past year, and the 
Sisters' Divisions wish to take this opportunity to express appreciation to 
those who have helped us carry on the work of the department during the 
past year. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/s/SISTER MARGARET 
Sister Margaret, Director 
Sisters' Divisions 



110 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

DtMOtor of Sisters' Divisions 

Sister Margaret, R.N.. B.S., PACHA. 

Director of Nursing: Service 
Sister Laurence. R.N„ 

Assistant Director of Nursing- Service 
Wiilte B. Mask, R.X , U.S. 

Instructor Supervisors 

Mrs. Petrona Dalgle, R.N 
Mrs. Janice Quinn, R.N 

Administrative Assistant 
X'irma B. Carter, Fh.B. 

Supervisory Staff 

Daughters of Chartiy , 15 

Lay Supervisors , 3 

Assistant Supervisors 58 

Head Nurses 115 

General Duty Nurses 

Full-time 129 

Part-time 17 

Non -professional Personnel 

Licensed Practical Nurses 259 

Psychiatric Aides 9 

Nurses Aides 11 and 111 64© 

Nurse Aide I , SO 

Central Service Workers 126 

Custodial Workers 82 

Clerical Personnel... 117 

Miscellaneous Personnel 12 

Thtj above figures include all personnel giving services to hospitalized 
and out patients, and who are under the direction of the Nursing Service 
Department. On June 30. 1957, the following personnel were employed to 
give nursing care to the hospitalized patients: 

Professional Nurses 

Supervisory Staff 118 

(Religious and Lay) 

General Duty Staff 146 

Non- professional employees 

Licensed Practical Nurses 259 

Nurse Aides and Psychiatric Aides 485 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 111 



A review of the aims and activities of the Nursing Service Department 
during the pa.it fiscal year reveals evidence of some improvement in one 
important area of patient care, the provision of adequate nursing personel. 
A. comparison between the number of Nursing Service employees In last 
year's report and this report shows no appreciable increase In the total 
number of employees engaged in bedside nursing. There is an actual decrease 
in the number of professional general duty nurses and nurse aides, but a 
slight increase in the number of head nurses and practical nurses. 

Consideration of these statistics alone does not adequately justify the 
statement that the nursing care of the patient has improved, but the follow- 
ing accomplishments are of significance: 

1. The availability and employment of better prepared supervisory, head 
nurse, and practical nurse personnel. 

2. More flexibility in the employment and use of part-time nurses, 

3. An intensive in-service educational program. 

4. An increase in the minimum salary for professional and practical 
nurses and the shorter work week for all classifications of personnel 
in the department. 

5. A review of the nursing functions on the larger services Which 
resulted in the reallocation and supervision of all cleaning- duties 
and ordering of household supplies to the Housekeeping Department. 

6. Better planning for the services of student nurses who work for pay 
on weekly days off and during vacation periods, 

The nursing services In Charity Hospital were benefited materially 
through the educational program conducted by the department. The graduate 
nurse staff participated In monthly programs which provided opportunities 
for professional growth and a medium for the presentation of hospital policies 
and procedures. The nurses also served on subcommittees of the Committee 
on Revision of Nursing Procedures. This committee, which meets monthly, 
has representation from the School of Nursing, The Schools of Practical 
Nursing-, the Nursing Service Iiepurlment, arid uther le'j-iiii! ilepartments 
as Indicated. Its function Is to keep nursing procedures abreast of the 
advances in medicine. Five basic nursing procedures have been recon- 
structed, demonstrated and made available to the entire nursing staff. In- 
cluded in this number Is the table of procedures for diagnostic tents and 
laboratory work. 

The Premature Infant Center continued to offer to nurses a program of 
orientation and observation in the care of premature infants. Fifteen 
professional nurses, three practical nurses, and three nurse sides from vari- 
ous agencies including Charity Hospital attended. In addition to this three- 
program, shorter periods for the oriental inn to I he care of premature 
infants were provided for 309 graduate and student nurses, and 25 non-nurses. 

The Nursing Service Office staff conducted orientation programs for 
dietetic Interns, physical therapy students, and practical nursing students, 
with emphasis on Interdepartmental relations. 

The in-service education program for employed practical nurses and 
nurse aides provide opportunities and incentives for development of the em- 
ployee. Both programs are continuous, and each course offers lectures, 
demonstrations, and clinical practice which are planned to stimulate offer.' 



U2 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ttve performance in current assignments. Completing the courses were 40 
practical nurses and 111 nurse aides. The instructors for these programs 
attended a very worthwhile two-day teacher-trainer Institute held at Charity 
Hospital in January. This project Is sponsored by the National League for 
Nursing for the improvement of nursing- services throughout the country. 

The one year basic preparation of practical nurses remains the responsi- 
bility of the public and vocational schools In this area. The two schools in 
Nam Orleans have state ac-credlation. and affiliate with the Nursing Service 
Department of Charity Hospital for 82 weeks of clinical experience. One 
class from the Booker T, Washington High School completed the course and 
22 students were graduated. A second class of 18 students is in the six- 
teenth week of clinical experience. The L. E. Rabouln Vocational School 
admitted one class of 1 4 for affiliation. 9 of which completed the course and 
were graduated. Upon completion of each class, the majority of the graduates 
were employed at Charity Hospital. 

The extension course for lieensed-by-walver practical nurses conducted 
hy the Jefferson Parish Trade School and affiliation with the Nursing 
Service Department for clinical experience was completed by one class of 
14 students, Three of these were employed at Charity Hospital. A second 
class of 9 students began the course In February. The classes and clinical 
practice are held in the evenings at a time which supplements the nursing 
staff during hours of acute shortage of nursing personnel. 

There were other activities of the department that resulted in better 
patient care. The Recovery Room was reorganized after the move back to the 
12th Floor, and the nursing staff arranged to better meet the needs of the 
patients. The Pollomyelltles Center nursing staff was increased and main- 
tained during the high census which lasted through November. The New- 
Orleans Chapter of the American Red Cross gave invaluable assistance hy 
recruiting nine registered nurses who were employed over a period of six 
months during this emergency. A referral system between the doctors and 
nurses of Charity Hospital and the City Health Department Nurses was 
inaugurated on the Tuberculosis and Pediatric Services and In the Out- 
patient Department. A work manual for ward clerks on the Obstetrical Service 
was complied and made available and four nursing service policies were 
revised, issued and followed up for supplementary action. 

The Health Clinic, located In C6C2 reported 1195 patient visits during the 
fiscal year. Two immunization programs are conducted through this clinic, 
typhoid and poliomyelitis. Booster Injections for typhoid were given to 210 
student nurses. The administration of Salk vaccine for poliomyelitis was 
initiated In the spring and early summer, and a total of 12S3 Injections 
were given to employes, students and residents and Interns and their 
dependent families. 

The past year has been one of achievement for the Nursing Servioe 
Department. Aware of the acute situation existing In hospitals today, 
of too few well prepared people to care for so many pattents, It has moved 
steadily toward more adequate nursing care and w© begin the coming 
with renewed faith in the accomplishment of our main objective, a stabilized 
and well prepared nursing staff to give more and better nursing care. 

-ectfully submitted. 

/a/ SISTER LAURENCE 
Sister Laurence 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 113 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

CHARITY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

July 1, 19S6 to June 30, 1957 

ORGANIZATION 

One major change was made in the organization. At the retirement of 
Miss Eugenia Stuart the responsibilities of her Job as educational director 
were combined with that of the clinical coordinator, and the Job was con- 
verted Into an instructor position. Future plans provide for a. committee of 
instructors representing the major clinical areas to serve as a coordinating 
committee, and the position of clinical coordinator to be converted into a 
position that has responsibility for both teaching and curriculum work, 

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES 

The instructional personnel qualify for their positions, but the major 
problem continues to be the rapid turn-over. During the current fiscal year 
there were fourteen resignations, 35% of the total. Marriage and better 
salaries are the major reasons for resignation. Recruitment of new faculty 
has become increasingly more difficult because local salaries for teaching 
personnel do not compare favorably with other sections of the country; and 
now that L.S.U. no longer offers a, program for teacher preparation, personnel 
must be imported from out of state. At the present there are three positions 
vacant, two teaching positions and one assistant director. 

CURRICULUM 

Work in the curriculum has consisted primarily in enriching the pro- 
gram Instituted in 1953. Experience in the Out-Patient Department is being 
gradually added to the blocks of learning in pediatrics, obstetrics, medicine 
and surgery, It is planned to provide a block of experience in the clinics as 
soon as provision can be made for an Instructor to supervise the work of the 
students. The three days of experience with the City Health Department 
Bureau of Nursing has been reduced to one day at the request of the Health 
Department; the reason given was inadequate staff and Increased requests 
for student experience. One week of experience in a nursery school (Ginger- 
bread House) as part of the pediatric block was begun during the year. The 
block of experience in tuberculosis was reduced from four to two weeks, and 
assignment made to poliomyelitis for two weeks. Experience in the care of 
poliomyelitis patients meets a recommendation of the '^tate Board of Nurse 
Examiners. 

CURRICULUM ((V), NT I XI 'ED) 

At the request of the affiliating schools efforts have been made to delay 
assignment of students to the evening and night duty until the students have 
had an opportunity to become familiar with the hospital policies and learn 
the fundamental principles of caring for children. There is a definite need 
for more supervision in this area where students are assigned for learning 
experience. 

ACCREDITATION 

The school of nursing achieved national accreditation in 1966. and since 
that time four of its faculty have heen invited to make survey visits to other 
schools of nursing seeking national accreditation. Thus far throe members 
have visited four schools. This opportunity has been a good learning ex- 



n 4 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1966-1957 



perlenee for the Individual faculty member, and It has served to make the 
school and hospital better known. 

The annual visit of the Educational Supervisor of the State Board ox 
Nurse Examiners was not made during the current fiscal year; It Is scheduled 
for August, 1957. 

STUDENT WELFARE 
The health status of the student on a whole is good. The third and 
fourth year residents on a rotating basis serve as the physicians, and one of 
the Instructors devotes the major part of her time as health nurse. The 
students have been given excellent care, but there is a tack of continuity in 
some cases which would be obviated were there a school physician. The 
students were given an opportunity to have the "Flu vaccine"; practically 
all availed themselves of the prlvlle; 

Residence. The total number of residents Is 413. Of these 360 are student 
nurses, 48 anesthesia students, and 7 staff Willi the reduced census an effort 
has been made to convert the smaller three bed rooms Into two bed rooms 
and several of the smaller two bed rooms have been made Into single rooms. 
This change was needed fur the rooms were crowded and inadequately fur- 
nianed; at present two students share a dresser and two and three students 
share one desk. The goal Is for each to have her own desk and dresser. The 
interior of the building is being painted, and a new ice water unit has been 
ordered. The floor in a large number of bedrooms is In poor condition. 

The outdoor recreational facllltleg were greatly improved with the addi- 
tion of a tennis court on the side lawn. It Is hoped that in the near future the 
court may be converted into a combined tennis and basket ball court and 
lighting provided for the lawn. 

RECRUITMENT AND FINANCIAL AID 
Recruitment was done by mail with the exception of several visits made 
by students who were invited to speak at their alma maters. The school 
catalog was mailed to all state accredited schools In Louisiana and In the 
Southern area to high schools that are accredited by the Southeastern 
Association. 

Open House was held for the high school students In the vicinity. One 
thousand seven hundred seventy-four inquiries were received and bulletins 
were mailed in answer to these individual requests. 269 applications pro- 
cessed. 144 accepted, 92 rejected, and 118 admitted. Of the number admitted 
62 were from Louisiana. 

The hospital granted loans of one hundred and ninety dollars to 11 of the 
students entering the fall class. Twenty-one students were granted scholar- 
ships by various organizations. Twenty-seven loans ranging from 110.00 to 
*200.00 were made from the Kellogg Loan Fund to students in the school 
during the fiscal yt-ar. Students with advanced standing work for the hospi- 
tal nursing service on a pay basis on legal holidays and their days off at 
their discretion: This practice Is helpful to the student financially and to the 
hospital in providing nursing care. Students worked 3,50a days during the 
fiscal year. 

STATISTICS 
Students: 

Charity Hospital l'T l 

Affiliating 92 

Five year 1 

Total 364 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 115 



Schools affiliated with Charity: 

Schools located in the State 4 

Schools located out of State .13 

Total 17 

Course Completed: 

Students graduated 66 

Affiliating students 387 

Five year degree student 1 

Admissions and Withdrawals: 

Admissions 120 

Withdrawal* , 52 

Personnel : 

Nursing Education Unit 

Teaching & Administration 39 

Clerical 12 

Student Nurses Living Quarters 

Residence Supervisor 1 

Hostesses 8 

Clerks - S 

Elevator Operators 6 

Switchboard Operators 2 

Guard ' 

Resignations: 

Teaching personnel 

Clerical ■ - 4 

AFFILIATIONS 

There are seventeen schools of nursing from seven states who send 
students for experience In pediatrics, obstetrics, and communicable diseases. 
The large majority of students come for pediatrics, DUlard Ordversity sends 
Its students for medicine and surgery as well as the above named services. 
Two schools itiMH.nttaued affiliations, 

A one day institute was held for the affiliating schools giving the 
teachers and admin; m opportunity to discuss with this school their 

needs and difficulties and to visit our facilities. Thirty-flve attended this 

institute. 

The one problem expressed by several schools was the lack of super- 
vision and direction given to students receiving experience in tin- pedl 
department; this lack of supervision applies to the evening and night duty 
periods. 

Sincerely yours, 

/B/ SISTER PAULINE, R.N. 
Sister Pauline, R.N. 
Director 



116 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

ACTIVITIES AND ACO )M I'USH MKNTH 

Eipht dietetic Interna completed their training on August 81, 1956, and 
three on January 31. 19S7, making a grand total of 146 since the internship wlis 
established In 1944. 

We have recently started serving In the wards on both the fourth 
and tenth floors. In comparison to the method of servlnp from the pantry, 
the ward type of service offers many more advantages, which are as follows: 

1. The patient now receives hot food, consequently the food Is so much 
more palatable. 

2. There Is very little chance of the patient getting the wrong diet, thus 
It could be considered a much more accurate type of service. 

3. A more cooperative atmosphere haw been evldoncfd with other depart- 
ments. 

4. Comebacks due to this service have now practically been eliminated, 

5. It Is a smooth running system of food service in comparison to the 
pantry type of service. 

To date we are serving food from the wards on all floors but the third 
and ninth. We know that ward service on the third floor would, in aj] 
probability, prove to be very Impractical; however, we feel that with proper 
planning, such service would work out very well on the Pediatric Floor. 

The Xlnth Floor Pantry was painted in September, and a large metal 
screen was built around the refrigerator equipment to keep the children 
away from It. 

In the Formula Room a study has been started within the past two 
months on the effect of Nllevar. a drug, on the weight gain in premature 
Infants. Xilr-var may be of value in shortening the hospital stay and improving 
the mortality rate In prematures if it promotes a more rapid weight gain 
by its anabolic action. The Nllevar is administered for a six week period 
beginning on the third or fourth day of life. The dietary staff In the Formula 
Room receives a sealed envelope to assign babies either to the treated or 
control group and to add to the formula of the treatment group the pre- 
scribed amount of the drug. The duration of the project is approximately four 
months and studies are made on the Infants from the premature infant center 
of both the treated and control group. The results will not be known until 
the termination of the project. 

Th* kit. hen in the Polio Building has been moved from the third 
floor to the basement. It Is now a very lovely, clean, and spacious kitchen. 
Needless to say. It has improved the food service of that particular building 
tremendously. 

During the year II Dietetic Intf-rn* and *>5 Student Nurses rotated throueh 
the Nutrition Clinic Service. 

The following list constitutes the bulk of patients Instructed by the 
Nutrition Clinic during the fiscal year: 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 117 



Diabetic Classes 482 Patients 

Obstetric Classes , 13,865 Patients 

Individual Instruction 

New— All Types 4,966 Patients 

Individual Revisits 7,990 Patients 

Comparative figures of meals served are listed below: 

1955-1956 1956-1957 
Personnel Meals 1,300,496 1,327,237 

Patient Meals 2,557,388 2,48-1,219 

Total Meals 3,857,784 3,811,446 

Special Diets Served 156.323 396,484 

Infant Formulae Prepared 99,484 103,361 

MEAL COSTS 

Pood 11,072,522,25 

Waffes 415,056,68 

Other Expenses 69,571,84 

Formula Room Food., 14.734.46 

Total $1,571,884.23 

Donations % 34,251.86 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/SISTER THERESA 
Sister Theresa, Director 



118 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

The turnover of Personnel. Including- Linen and Sewing Section, this 
year was 133. Of this number there were 96 resignations and 37 removals. 

One hospital matron position from the Professional Student Home was 
abolished, and an additional Custodial Supervisor II position <^tul>lished to 
provide for supervision of night work. One Custodial Worker II position 
from Sisters Living Quarters was transferred to the Linen Section where 
help was needed. 

Additional duties delegated to the department this year way complete 
housekeeping responsibility on four floors In the Main building, third, fourth, 
fifth, ami seventh floor. Twenty-seven positions were transferred from 
Niii sins Service to this department, and converted into three additional 
Custodial Supervisors I positions, and twenty-four Custodial Workers I. 

Ninety-two mattresses were renovated in patient sections, 66 for adult beds, 
and 26 crib mattresses. 

In March this year new floor material, Armstrong LInotile, was laid on 
all ward sections of the Tenth floor. 

Contract services were satisfactorily performed by the National Window 
Cleaning Company of the windows in all the buildings every two months: 
anrj every month oil ; of the Main building. The 

A. & M, Post Control Company serviced the hospital buildings for oast 
extermination beginning January 1, 1 

In the Salvage Division $1,934.65 worth of salvag. wan sold to 

salvage dealers. 

The following linen replacements were made: 

1.963 Bedspreads 

tor adult beds 
or juvenile beds and rollers 
il Crib si,. 

■•is 
Pillow cases 
! Hath towels 
Huck towels 
21,343 Wash elolhs 
2,47>> Kit.ii. n towi 
9,384 Patient gowns 
1,108 prs. Pajamas 
1.400 Patient n 
2,768 Large pads 
1,200 Bassinet pads 
22,912 Diapers 

D Baity wraps 
hags 
SI Trash bags 

36 Ambulance stretcher pads 
1.-17 Aprons 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 119 



535 Doctors operating gowna 
1,067 Doctors operating shirts 
638 Doctors operating trousers 
300 Doctors operating; caps 
2,093 Nurses scrub dresses 
634 Nurses 2nd gowns 
642 Nurse Aide gowns 
307 White orderly smocks 
144 Grey orderly smocks 

88 Green orderly shirts 
17.395 Surgical towels 
11,548 Sterile wraps 

7-12 Blood P. Ap. cuffs 

144 prs. Scuffs 

378 Cubicle and bathroom curtains 

460 New Feather Pillows 

935 New Blankets for adult beds 

600 New Blankets for cribs 

250 Mattress protectors for adult beds 

87 Crib mattress protectors 

58 Long tablecloths 
240 Napkins 

48 Coffee bags 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SISTER CLARISSB 
Sister Clarissa 
Director 



ANNUAL REPORT — OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



CLINIC SERVICES 



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In Clinics 

White 4 Colored 



4 Vascular. 



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15 

1 
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3 

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11 

m 

877 
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232 

1 

403 



34 

2T3 

65 

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375 

358 



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182 

IM 

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210 



•2,230 
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1.291 
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1,317 
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In Clinics 

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39 

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140 

85 

130 

1.602 



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71 

1,038 



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583 

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333 

070 

1 

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8 

T73 

41 

20 

301 

3.002 

225 

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3,101 
74 

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40 

117 

18 

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204 

248 

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12,475 

SHi7 

MM 
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120 

1.746 
508 
308 
270 
1,201 
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128 

LM 

5 

1,3 1>8 

58 

S 

383 

11,003 

307 

82 

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4» 

44 

1.810 



Patient 

Riiislti 

To Clinics 
White & Colored 



13.811 
IM 

Hi 

IMS 

M2 
I.1WI 

040 
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] IM 

7,010 
ft 

2.111 
708 

:t2;t 
j.isr 

1,893 

217 

18.88T 

721 
MS 

513 
7,047 



31.111 

1. 27!" 

m 

I.04S 

i , in 

U.MS 
1,839 

3.312 

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2 1 ,ei r 

048 
l.TW 

1,300 

2.VH. 
.1.1)1 

I MS 
3.40S 

1,104 

BIO 

30 

5,114 

5,388 
545 
204 
740 
80S 

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Total 

Ne> & Old 

Pilitnti 

In Clinics 

White & Colored 



3.316 

7S 

87 

H 

52 

40 

14T 

116 

243 

MM 





013 

73 

1.552 



71) 

Ml 

31 
Ii) 

1.2 Hi 

I.:t2s 

2 

165 

I 

532 

li 

30 

743 

S.MS 

223 

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II 

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26 

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100 

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12ft 

213 

342 

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Kl.SS.l 

865 

ll,2in: 

35 

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2. 4 2T 

057 

IM 

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1.828 

1,119 

IM 

ISO 

58 

3 

457 

12.1117 

3U7 

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18 

44 



Total 

Patient 

Visits 

To Clinics 

White & Colond 



16.133 

m 

303 

MS 

UMI 

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l SM 

1.356 

LIBS' 

U.B78 

I.TH 

6.401 

I,M1 

O 

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I.MS 

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33.1 
8.400 

r.Mo 

GO 
2.633 

Kl 
MM 

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24 1 
21 (113 

Hll 

IH 

m< 

538 
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M.TTS 

330 
1.148 

512 
2.553 

l.MI 

2.812 
1.754 

Mvin 

1,830 
3.312 

HMO 

32.943 

«S3 

MM 

10.M* 

888 

11433 
11.251 

1.4H1 

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MS 

5.61J 

074 

38 

5,571 

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272 
788 
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formo- Planing (Began September IBM).. 

fiiagwislie-Anrslhesia , 

Bltgnostie-Metllclite 

Hematology 

Hjiwrlenikio 



Mycology (Begin October 1956).. 

Praclo Medicine 

Tropica! t)lHU« „ 

Tubereulnsij .., 

Pediitric-Cardlae 

Pediatries Ac ImrotinlxatUin. , ..... 



Pedlatrlc-Metatiolie 

p«Hatric-Neurology (Began October 1936)., 

Pttliatrir-Psychlalrr (Began October 1956). .„ 

DlseuntiiKied Norcmbw 1956) _ 

PedUtrlc-Tubmulln 

Premiiurp 

Infant Feeding & Imnuntutlac. „ 

Dental (Loyola) ..„ 

Oril Surgery .„ _ 

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1 


230 


m 


51 


80 








1 


1 


3 


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7 


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l 


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2.092 


1 


4 


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5 

4 

25 

406 

58 

207 



TOT.\LS 





10 

138 

311 

434 

r>5 
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7,050 13,950 



II 





493 


236 





4 


331 


133 








365 


933 


so 


17 


43T 


070 


12 


B2 


110 


895 


2.i:i 


1,401 


»,5»2 


6.590 


2 


13 


Mt 


1,703 


5 


11 


IS 


104 


25 


13 


61 


57 


88 5 


803 


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57 


832 


2.725 


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14.796 


12 


20 


inn 


203 


1 


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173 


276 


II 


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43 


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57 


160 


330 


8 


109 


21 


mi3 


25 


72 


101 


73S 


843 


2,208 




8,303 


57 


104 


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3.172 


41 


81 




666 



18,047 61,253 



Number of Clinic Porting Daw for 1956-1857 2«g 

Daily Aeerage Pilienl Visits to White Clinics. g 3I 

Wit himtt Pilirat Visits U> Colored Clinic*. i.r.u 



130,158 298,138 









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5 


230 


372 


194 


97 


12 


52 


256 


1,402 


1 


20 


9 


11 


31 


25 


1.026 


!C,S 


T9 


19 


l,64S 


4.817 


13 


24 


2 


2 





2 


22 


67 


12 


247 


50 


3 S3 


1,054 


2,<;u 


115 


1«S 


248 


194 



25,097 75,293 



496 
289 
395 
561 
122 
2.S2S 

nu 

S3 
92 

7. '.''It 
111 

6,029 
V2i 
175 

I) 

182 

33 

l.-.l 

4,428 

2,004 

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236 
138 

l.sr,.-, 

1.076 
947 

r.i.vj 

1,723 

115 

82 

0.15.) 

l« 

19,613 

227 

273 

45 

687 

1 , 1 50 

1,119 

It .l.-nl 

3,331 

899 



155.255 373.341 



5» 

O 

o 

"9 



W 

(-3 
M 
W 

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O 

i-i 

< 

O 
2 



122 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT— OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

(Cont'd) 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

Piiienu referred to btoplui for op«*-— ■ tram OtoUtraioliw ClUtf- 1,-M 

Pitimu retored to tmplul tor opt-tlas tnm OtA-udantoiy _J»i_ __-_. 868 

Mi-or OptttllMis In Bwtw Cllnle. 

-Ouitom Terti aide In .rd_irlr* ft l____i_uk» ClUita. , 2.910 

EtenUl aula: 



„__ 871 

AlraolKtoBjfi 1 ,29 7 

Con-lt-ttoni _. 2,391 

Eitnrtiom _ 19.507 

I'.nMUIn lojwllow ; , „ , 6.430 

FyorriKi Tnttmota ___ 1,9*5 

X-R-H T»*— „ _. _ , 2,341 

J»i Wired 54 

Wtw B— wrod , 69 

Tubtrrulvr CUciw: 



__„ _ 73 

. , 8 

PDM-eUwnu Tr-t-rati 32 

PnnnuiMdtaH— ■ Tre-uwuu _ . 2,973 

Tnul viiiu in mute tad colored Clinta for J955-1958 512,287 

Tottl Vf_u in Whit* uk] Colored Clinic* tor 1956-1957 528.596 



t-ereue „. _ 16,809 



Tot-1 Vtaid In White ud Colored Out-Pittmt ]>p-_K.t for 1856-1857 _____ 628,596 

Totd White ud Colored Oot-FttlMt VUits in Kidjolofr Depnrtwgt tor 18.6-ltSl ~ 34.787 

Toul Whlir ud Colored aut-P»Utn* Viiltt in Phnlal Ttoip. DtjnrUK-t tor 1956-1657. 68,158 

GRAND TOTAL 62S.541 



NEW CASES TREATED IN OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Fiscal Year 1956- 1957 



tbmHa 

1956 
Jaly.„ 

August 

September., 
October 

V m '!!'■ ! 

Deoabet 

1957 
Jjaiwy 

Felinwy 

Mure. 

April 

M«y 



TOTALS 



White 
Mile 



330 
373 

m 

223 

30- 
230 
S3 J 
230 
303 
888 
3,408 



CalMd 
Mate 



650 
633 
634 
680 
433 
323 

554 
461 
461 
60S 
549 
466 
0,081 



Femlle 



320 
414 

250 
862 

277 
187 

309 
238 

2", 
271 
358 
201 
3,552 



Colored 

Female 



374 
348 
G23 
733 
544 
304 

654 
630 
544 

5BT 
766 
BSS 



Total 
Mile 



8S0 
1,011 
708 
002 
702 
557 

961 
ill 
735 
788 
851 
753 
0,670 



Tol»! 

Female 



1.184 

1,203 

878 

1.O80 

S21 

S01 

063 
309 
818 
868 
1,114 
053 
11,421 



Tolil 
White 



650 
787 
514 
074 
516 
426 

610 
618 
529 
551 
031 
578 
7.050 



Totil 
Colored 



1,424 
1,486 

1,161 

1,318 
BIT 
723 

1,208 
1.091 
1,025 
1.105 
1,304 
1,127 
13,050 



Grind 
Tolil 



2.074 
2,273 
1,670 
1,002 
1.523 
1,148 

1,824 
1,609 
1.554 
1.666 
1.805 
l,T0fl 
21,000 



*0 

O 

3 

o 

W 

m 

M 
W 
eg 

O 

< 

Xfl 

O 



14 



ANNUAL REPORT 



ADMITTING ROOKS 



EMERGENCY ROOMS OBSERVATION ROOMS 



Adult 



ToUl Intertlewi from July 1956 Thru June 30. 1957 



JT.SS1 



PltiHltl 

Col end 



l II BSJ 



Pediatric Pitimt. 
While Colored 



2ll,.l(r6 



WJ1I 



UM* 



Coim 



White 

i iia 



Colored 
2,032 



> 
3 

n 
o 

Eg 

— • 

> 
tr 1 



to 
en 
as 



Prnlrlllln Ifr.tmr-nls (Alluil k Fed. CoL>.. 

TTOUKfltl liven 

Pulenl* idmlttrd in Hospllil ., 

Fttlentt rtfnrr.l lu Out-PilleM nepirtatnt 

Pitlents referred bake, print* hwpilil ne Inriitihle tor rhirlly 

ll"si>ml UTiiminl 
Rrfrrrtd hone . 
Desert i» 



Referred i.. uilirr llofpltab, prtnle Itoctnn ramprnutka nun or 

iMlljlhli' for Olirity llojpltnl Ireilmctil 

Dentin. 

X-SUvj 

PiUents dud on irrtal. jone on trrlrij .» did nil rome t« llosplti! 

Pitlfou rriurned in A. M... 

Pittente ■dmltird lor obncmtlon 



I8.M1 
U4«0 

21,722 
ISl 



a 

1,894 



M 



18,868 

iin. :!•:,; 

ST, 463 
ill 



17 

»,rs* 



H.ioa 

2.742 
i MS 



22 



85,»T0 

I8.TH 

I JOS 

19,102 

M,S» 



36 
1484 



41.833 14 

7.438 19.853 



25.S2R 78.817 

HI 



43 



322 



1 >2i 

31 

LM61 

1.068 





rot 
u 

88481 
|,0U 

tri 



Totil Irrlemfewi From July 1, 195fi Thru June 30, 1957 

While Mill Onlmd A'lmhtlm RnnnU 

Wjiiie and Tulnrwl r'airrtenry Rooms 

White end Colored Duserr.ilion iHMM 



Tirtll Colored i«-IU.'i[]in Ireilmcnu from 7:00 la 3.00 p.m.. beflnnlBl July 1, 1050 url 

ending Junt 80, 18SJ 

Thin InUl Is included In Ihr- itnre. 



1955-1956 

880473 

ISS.Offl 

t,SS8 



87.813 



135S.1957 

US.U1 
189,881 

3.331 



Incrtiit 

i2.2.1S 

7.483 

18 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 12S 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OPERATING ROOMS 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



Optritions Ciws 



Delgado Operstinz Rooms 








7.2 IB 
4,917 

211 
19 

644 
1,142 

BBS 


44 


Milcn Operating- Room* 








59 


Phallorrhaphie!* 










Piaster Rooms 








1 TIB 


Cyatoscopie Rooms 








4 tit 


BronchoBcopic & E.N.T. Rooms 








1.496 


Eye Rooms . , 










Iiurn Dressing Rooms, 




















TOTALS 


IS. 133 


8,355 
23,488 


GRAND TOTAL 








OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— I OTH FLOOR 




Operations 










2 IS 














July 




Main 
Building 

l.SKO 
2,343 

2, 1 : i a 

1,8*8 

1,7711 
2.035 
1.831 
1.924 
l,S39 
1MH 
1.K15 


Color k! T.B. White T.S. 
Building Building 

1 4 

5 

1 7 
7 2 
5 10 

3 7 
i 12 

4 1 
3 
il 

o e 

i u 

26 74 


C undo igin 

Building 


B 


Annul 

September 





October 




1 

















Ptbrmrr 




3 


Hardi 




April 




1 
2 


M»y „ 




Jbm 






28,488 


20 



126 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



DELGAOO OPERATING ROOMS 



Opcntiooi C»m 



July 

August .... 
September 
October ..... 
November 
December 
January .... 
February .. 

March 

April 
May 
June 523 



m 


4 


833 


1 


694 





646 


1 


640 


1 


629 


6 


Dftt 


» 


sss 


S 


S47 


E 


638 


s 


661 


3 


523 


4 



Total* 7,215 

BRONCHOSCOPY AND E.N.T. ROOMS 

Q Milium 



July ... 
August 
Bepfeamfeer 



October 

November ... 
December ... 
January ....... 

February 

March 

April 

**y 

June „„ 



SO 

103 

IIS 

122 

82 

94 

99 

81 

es 

96 

97 
91 



44 

Cam 

124 
148 

lUl 

106 
110 
131 
136 
126 
141 
It! 
136 
109 



Total*- 

PLASTER ROOMS 



July 

August .... 
September 

October 

November 



1,142 1,495 

Operations Cans 



December ... 
January 
February 
March .... 
April 

May 

June 

Totals ... 



a 


111 


s 


124 





114 


4 


151 


4 


133 


e 


150 





153 





126 





147 





192 


D 


174 





141 



MILES OPERATING ROOMS 



July 

Autrust .... 
September 
October .... 
November 
December 
January ... 
February .. 
March 

April 

May 
June 



Oixnltwu Cues 



275 


1 


348 


2 


281 


2 


514 


6 


453 


2 


368 


S 


439 


10 


432 


s 


402 


1 


4ST 


5 


Ell 


4 


455 


16 



Total* 

EYE ROOMS 



July 

August .... 
September 
October 
November 
December 
January 
February .. 
Mar. - 

April 

May 



4,917 



Jur 



Tiiub 

CYSTCSCDPIC ROOMS 



..985 



19 



1,715 



July 

August .... 
September 
October .... 
November 
December 
January .... 
February - 

March 

April 

May 

June „ 

ToUIs ... 



59 



Operations Cists 



89 


3 


85 


6 


90 


4 


90 


5 


77 


3 


66 


2 


90 


10 


61 


6 


02 


6 


84 


4 


SO 


14 


71 


9 



72 



Operations Cases 



48 


403 


77 


478 


53 


402 


60 


493 


55 


404 


3$ 


354 


58 


442 


51 


390 


62 


417 


56 


385 


49 


423 


47 


882 


644 


4,921 



BURN DRESSING ROOM 



Casts 



PHAUORRHAPHIES 



Operations 



July „ 

August 


2 

1 


July 


„ 10 

12 


September _ 

October 







September 


. 21 

21 


November ... 


3 


-mber m 


. Bl 




10 

4 


14 


January 




... 17 




5 




. 17 


March 


IS 




28 


April 


4 




„ IS 


May 


g 


June ..... — 


25 




2 


. 15 








Totali ...„ 


47 





REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 127 



OBSTETRICAL OPERATIONS— 10TH FLOOR 



July 

August ... 
September 
October „ 
November 
December . 
January ... 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 







Ci«imn 


Totili 


Operation! 


Stctimi 


S3 


11 


62 


81 


14 


67 


SI 


13 


49 


69 


20 


49 


70 


IE 


65 


fifi 


14 


E4 


71 


9 


63 


El 


12 


42 


$a 


9 


41 


47 


9 


38 


62 


e 


43 


SS 


li 


44 



Totals 744 146 ESS 



128 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 





Caiei 


DiscHirgtd 


Deserted 


Death! 


Disuses 


Admitted 


White 


Colored 


While 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


Actinomycosis 


1 


1 

















Anthrax 


B 




















RiastomyeoBis 


7 


i 


4 














Cocc idiom ycogis 


2 


2 

















Chicken Po% 


28 


14 


11 











2 


Diphtheria 


48 


3 


21 











I 


Etie*-jihniitiB 


20 





11 





1 


1 





Erysipelas 


1 




















Histoplasmosis 


6 


3 


1 











4) 


Hansen's Disease 


1 


2 

















Impetigo 


11 


■ 


18 














Inf. Hepatitis 


30 


1 


IS 





2 








Inf. Diarrhea 


802 


102 


soo 





1 


3 


3* 


Lues 








1) 














Itaasrl— 


142 


64 


01 




1 


4 


4 


Meningitis 


413 


113 


137 


2 


2 


10 


-4 


Mumps 


87 


20 


20 





1 








Pertussis 


S3 


7 


17 














Polio 


[«| 


86 


49 





1 








Pott's Disease 


2 




















Strep, S. T. 





2 


19 








n 





Starlet Fever 


21 














1 





Para Typhoid 


21 


6 


28 





1 


2 


2 


Typhoid Fever 


19 


10 


4 








D 





Typhus Fever 


4 


1 


3 








1 





TBteiuj 


3 


1 


2 














Tuler&mia 


2 


6 


I 














TBC 


163 


34 


103 


l 








1 


Suspected of Contag-iom Diseases 


1.063 


351 


1,061 


3 


7 


a 


21 


Total 


3.071 


827 


2.109 


7 


17 


30~ 


"so 



SISTER MARGARET MARY 



DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY 129 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

J. V. SCHLOSSER, M. D. — ASSOCIATE RADIOLOGIST 

New Cases 93<j 

Clinic Visits 11,058 

Roentgen Therapy 

Patient Visits 14,650 

Treatments 48,356 

Radium Therapy 

White Patients gj 

Colored Patients ._ 163 

Total 224 

Total Number of Radium Applications , 383 

Respectfully submitted, 

MANUEL GARCIA, M.D. 
Director 



130 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

July I, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

DR. ANTONIO MAYORAL, Director 
RAMON MOUTON, M.D. — Ai.i.Unt Radiologic 

Total number of patients examined 174,775 

Total number of films used 403,556 

Total number of fluoroscopies 8,990 

Hospital Caiea 

White 33,913 

Colored - 49,790 

Accident Room 

White 13,706 

Colored 22,271 

Clinic Cafe* 

White 20,516 

Colored 34,579 

Sizes of Film* Used 

14 x 17 181,359 

11 x 14 52,639 

10 x 12 . 99,008 

8 x 10 57,075 

7 x 17 13,475 

Part* Examined 

Chest 93,899 

Abdomen-Pehro _ 13,531 

Sinuses 1,710 

Mastoids 379 

Upper Extremities 17,707 

Lower Extremities 20,527 

Gastro-Intestinal _ 11,323 

Genito-Urinary 16,583 

Spines . 7,857 

Skulls 13,936 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANTONIO MAYORAL, M.D. 
Director 



DEPARTMENT OP PATHOLOGY 131 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

1. Personnel as of June 30, 19G7. 

2. Report of School of Medical Technology. 

3. Consolidated report of the Diagnostic Laboratories of the Department 
of Pathology. . 

4. Report of Division of Surgical Pathology. 

5. Report of Division of Pathologic Anatomy. 

6. Report of the Pasteur Institute. 

7. Report of the Morgue. 

8. Detailed report of the various laboratory divisions. 

Submitted by 
Emma J. Moss, M.D. 
Director 

STAFF 

Emma S. Moss, M.D.. F.A.S.C.P., P.C.A.P., Director. Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M.D., Associate PathollglBt, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

George F. Fasting, M.D., Pathologist 

Henry Haberyan, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Thomas Davis. M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Marion W. Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

Thelma Fisher, Ph.D., Virologist 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Avery Cook, M.D. 

Qulncy Ray Johnson, M.D. 

Dayton Moseley, M.D. 

Robert Sing. M.D. 

Alvaro Hunt. M.D. 

James Allen, M.D. 

Lloyd HiCTTlns, M.D. 

ir Riley, M.D, 
Alfred Lewis, M.D. 

PERSONNEL AS OF JUNE 30, 1957 
TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia Sallas, B.S.. M.T. (A'SCP). Chief Medical Technologist 

Eola Strauch, M.T. (ASCP) 

M.irie Louise Graugmixd, B.S, M.T. (ASCP) 

Margaret Henson, HA., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ann Mershon, B.S., M.T, (ASCP) 

Hilda Adele Spence, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Marilyn Miller, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ann Dunn. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

S. Jane White, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Bettie Catchings, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Garnet Watts, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mildred Howies. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 



132 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19S6-1957 



Betty Maddux, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Marion Cardinal©, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Maria Kolovls, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Allleen Janney. R.8., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Frazler. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Lynette Fried. B.3., M.T. (ASCP) 

Camille Scatterty, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Gray Malcom, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

•Marlon Martin, B,S. 

•Carolyn Alford. B.S. 

Arthur Morse, B.S. 

William Stallworth. B.S. 

James Lilly, BS.. 

Georgre Garzotto, B.S. 

Neomi Lewis, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

Raymond Albert, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

Judy liunkln, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

* Have taken Registry Examination July 195?. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Students admitted 26 

Students completing training „ — — 26 

Students in training 25 

DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 

1955-1956 1956-1957 

Serology 103,543 98,501 

Out-Patknt Clinic Laboratories: 

White 64,317 63,761 

Colored 161,594 179,801 

Biochemistry 188,016 212,332 

Histopathology 57,600 53,474 

Parasitology 25,981 27,924 

Bacteriology 

General 140,074 208,871 

Contagious & Mycology ... 27,483 42,336 

Tuberculosis 54,855 60.329 

Hematology 23,570 25,297 

Basal Metabolic Labs 3,217 2,994 

Pregnancy Teits 1,292 1,281 

Emergency Laboratory 28,965 28,099 

Venereal Diagnostic Clinic 692 506 

•Virology 3,402 

GRAND TOTAL 881,081 1,008,271 



* Total represent! number of testa performed fr»m September ISB6. June SO. 195T. 

SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 

1955-1956 1956-1957 

Surgical specimens received and sectioned 19,389 19,276 

Tulane Unit 7,898 — 41.1% 

L.S.U. Unit 7,065 — SI 

Independent Unit 4,313 — 22.3% 

Consultations — frozen sections 491 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 133 



PATHOLOGIC ANATOMY 

Total Number of Deaths 3 Q01 

Coroner Cases Unavailable for Autopsy _ '531 

La, State Anatomical Board 23 

Bodies, Available for Autopsy 2 447 

&$*%? - M58 — 67.7% 

bullhorns 324 

Stillborns Autopsied „.. ™-I_J*l_Z-™J.„.IZI 270 — 83.3% 

Dead on Arrival — Autopsied .10 

Total Number of Autopsies ZZ_™ 2 010 

Total Number of Coroner Cases ....."...!. '. 1290 

Coroner Cases Autopsied by Hospital „" '749 58% 

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 1 100> 

Pasteur treatment administered Z.Z"Z"~" ' ' 77 

Patients under observation .......... 1 023- 

MORGUE 

Trips to wards by Autopsy Assistants to convey deceased 

bodies to Morgue o 700 

Burials prepared: "" ' 

Bodies (mostly stillborns) gg 

Organs ..-..."iZIL-L, Ill 

Use of Morgue Amphitheatre 

Clinical Pathological Conferences 122 131 

Tulane classes _____ 2 14 439 

L.S.U. classes 57 70 

Independent Pathology (teaching) , 232 232 

REPORT FROM BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY 
Blood: 

Urea 42 147 

Uric Acid 2681 

Creatinine ._ 2*693 

g{J ride z:":::::::::::::::::; i4' f b38 

CholesteroiZZZ"^Z"".'Z! 1 !{'„„| 

Bilirubin ,?•?$[ 

C|jicium :::::::;:;;::;:;;;:;;:;;;; %U 

Phosphorus , 6 ; 803 

Albumin in <mn 

Globulin ;— • \l>l™ 

Total Protein 1 •' :>V1? 

Acid Phosphatase """' i'S?S 

Alkaline Phosphatase i'ii*. 

Cephalin Flocculation """ 7 'VSc 

Thymol Turbidity L'*™ 

Amylase _„. JZ'ZZ" HfS 

Lipase l 'f*| 

Vitamin C ....."Z.7 i_ 



134 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

Bromide 282 

Congo Red |5 

Salicylate _ ~ 56 

Sulfathiazole 1 

N.P.N 11 

Fibrinogen „ 1|3 

Creatine 30 

Trypsin - — ■ 2 

Urea 390 

Sugar - 4 

Chloride - 20 

Urobilinogen ••— '' 

Bile 20 

Bence Jones *8 

Creatine *<J 

Creatinine 4 ? 

Uric_ Acid 3 

Calcium - 137 

Protein 271 

Porphyrin 115 

Miscellaneous 20 

Sulkowitz T 

Spinal Fluid: 

Sugar 2,952 

Chloride ...-- 2,254 

Total Protein 5,085 

Stool: 

Bile -- 9 

Urobilinogen 11 

Trypsin ...-; — - 16 

Stone Analyiis: 

Gall 24 

Kidney — 60 

Milk _ 278 

Miscellaneous .- 19 

TOTAL 212,332 



REPORT FROM HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY 

Hemoglobin 1,373 

Red Blood Cell Count I. 005 

White Blood Cell Count 1> 454 

Differential Cell Count I. 443 

Hematocrit _.._ - I' 4 . 16 , 

Sedimentation Rate -- l,03t> 

Wet Preparations - 

Mean Corpuscular Volume „ 939 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration 

Reticulocyte Count - - - 951 

Platelet Count 1.011 

Prothrombin 5,149 



DEPARTMENT OP PATHOLOGY 136 



Fragility 46 

Coagulation and bleeding time ' ■> j '5 

Heterophil Antibody Reaction ~~~~ZZ-~JZ 1 742 

Beef Cell Absorption ".'"""!""!"" ' 54 

Guinea Pig Absorption I!!".'""""""!* 54 

Bone Marrow gjp, 

Bone Marrow Smears 2 452 

Bone Marrow Sections !""!!"!!""!!!!.""" " ' 08 

Cold Agglutinations 027 

Eosinophil Count , 7fi 

Coombs Test ._ „"„ "~"™ 247 

L. E. Preparations cnn 

Rumpel Leede '.".'."... 50 

Miscellaneous """"" 4Q4 

T0TAL - "26^297 

REPORT FROM PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY 

Smears for Trophozoites , 1f! aon 

Flotations for ova and cysts """ r f c. 

Cultures for Trophozoites ZZZ'".'.'.Z 24 

Proctoscopic examinations <>■> 

Anal swabs ,?:: 

Malaria ** 

Thick drop for malaria ."".."" , Jj 

Iron Hematoxylin stains J; 

Occult Blood '""" „ ei„ 

Fat Stains ~~~ ~ZZ'ZZZZ z ' b ™ 

Miscellaneous _ ' ,LL 

T0TAL - Z~^i 



REPORT FROM GENERAL DIAGNOSTIC BACTERIOLOGY 
LABORATORY 

Cultural 

l]™ d 8,181 

PUS V.V'i'l 

H™ 1 fiuid :::::::;::::::::;: fcg 

e ' e -•-- - o 041 

nose and throat s'krt 

urine ;•-; 2.5" 

stools I:::::;:;:;::::::;;:;;;;:;; X HJ? 

sputums ,■", ' 

microaerophilic 177S4 

anaerobic cultures [' ' 30 2 

autopsy cultures fog 

miscellaneous "" ~ji? 

Identification Teit*: 

azide , 1,225 

coagulase „ . . '%7,% 

oxidase '7*5 

Ehrlich's test '" , "„ 

bile solubility --ZZZZZZZZZZZ gin 



136 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Statna: 

Gram 34,063 

Albert's 9 

Serological tests 222 

Organisms Isolated 33,939 

Sensitivities ■■ 60,472 

TOTAL 208,871 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY — CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

Culture: 

blood _ 1,874 

pus 620 

spinal fluid 2,051 

nose & throat 3,074 

urine 357 

stools 3,819 

sputum 20 

anaerobic 

fungus 3,137 

Sensitivity tests ..- 3,331 

Serological typings 512 

Identification Teitt: 

azide 

coagulase 1,528 

1 oxidase 1,385 

Ehrlich's tests 186 

bile solubility 228 

Stain*: 

Gram 11,124 

Albert's 463 

Organisms Isolated - 8,625 

TOTAL - 42,336 

REPORT FROM TUBERCULOSIS UNIT 
BACTERIOLOGY 

Smears - 14,502 

Concentrations -• 14,493 

Cultures 28,986 

Neutral Red Tests 2,008 

Sensitivities 316 

Miscellaneous -■ 24 

TOTAL - 60,329 

REPORT FROM SEROLOGY LABORATORY 

Blood Kolmers: 

positive 6,647 

negative 1,236 

anti-complementary - 268 

unsatisfactory 352 

Total _ 8-602 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 137 



599 



Quantitative Kolmcn: 

blood: 

positive 328 

negative , 271 

Total _ 

Quantitative VDRLt: 

blood: 

positive 4,695 

negative , 3,241 

Total ■■ 7,986 

Blood VDRLt 

positive 7,989 

negative 49,292 

unsatisfactory m _ 114 

Tota! _ 67,395 

Spinal Fluid Kolmeri: 

positive 296 

negative , , 2,679 

unsatisfactory Ig4 

Total 3,149 

Spinal Fluid VDRLt: 

positive M 157 

negative "."!.""""" 2,61 1 

unsatisfactory 379 

Total _.. _ 3,147 

Colloidal Gold Tests 2,782 

Spinal Fluid Cell Counts 402 

Spinal Fluid Globulin 3$2 

1 

Total 3,646 

TOTAL "84^274 

ASO Titers _ 1,524 

Agglutination!: 

Typhoir "0" 2,442 

Typhoid "H" 2,443 

Paratyphoid 2,444 

B. Abortus 2,462 

Proteus 0X19 „.„ 2,444 

Tularenses 195 

Total 12,430 

Immuno-HematoIofi'T: 

Abo Typings .., 193 

Rh (D) Typings 194 






138 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1951 



Genotype Studies 


172 




Antibody Studies 

Antibody Titrations 


89 
11 










Total 


1,096 
CLINIC LABO 




GRAND TOTAL 


98,501 


REPORT FROM COLORED OUT-PATIENT 

Urine examinations 


RATORY 

... 58,000 


Blood pictures: 

hemoglobin 




... 16,918 






... 15,037 


red cell count _ 




1,313 






... 13,247 


sedimentation rate 




2,240 


reticulocyte count 




385 






100 


sickle cells 




1,504 


hematocrit 




... 14,749 


clot retraction 




11 


Coagulation time 




1,254 


Bleeding time 




1,254 


Sputum examinations 




... 1,318 


Gastric contents examinations 




1 


Bacteriological smear examinations 

Eye cultures made 




1,320 

■1ST 






440 






318 


Fishbergs 




82 


Urea Clearance 




2 


Miscellaneous 




512 






... 49,315 


TOTAL 




... 179,801 




:linic labor 




REPORT FROM WHITE OUT-PATIENT i 

Urine Examinations 


ATORY 

... 12,569 


Blood pictures: 




7,602 


red cell count 




618 


white cell count 




7,116 


differential count 




6,519 


smears for malaria , 




3 






146 






86 


sickle cells 




5 


hematocrit 




5,920 


clot retraction 




6 


Coagulation time 




759 






759 






1,215 






2 


Bacteriological smear examinations 




738 



DEPARTMENT OP PATHOLOGY 139 



368 



Eye cultures made 

Phenolsulphonphthalein determinations "".'. °so 

Glucose tolerance taken ■,%% 

Fishberg-s _ "" 

Miscellaneous (.47 

Specimens Collected __.J * 17 337 



TOTAL 

REPORT FROM EMERGENCY LABORATORY 



63,761 



Spina! Fluid: 



smears „ 

cultures e f 



su(?ar __ _o Q 

chloride ' ' l°% 



61 
89 

697 



Blood chemistry: 

^ nitrogen 3,805 

chloride :::::::::::::r: m*j 

UU2 — 3,092 

Blood counts: 

red blood cells ... o 

white blood cells A 

differential =, 

hematocrits %L 

Urinalyses „i„ 

Cultures —JL-LZZZ! 1 1 ill 

Amylase "-"J 

Miscellaneous , 5" 

-"" • .*.- £<6 4 



TOTAL 



28,099 

REPORT FROM HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY 

Surgical slides completed .,-, „■ 

Autopsy slides completed 17 7in 

Frozen sections idi 

Special slides— stains ..1...IZI L-'"Z""~"^"7""^"~'^ 1 539 

total iii^ 

REPORT FROM VIRUS LABORATORY* 

T*»t. ».rform«d on Thro»t Sw.b., G*r B lin». ,„d A.pir.ted Fluid: 

1. Effg- Inoculations 7n - 

2. Neutralization Tests .... i 

3. Tissue Cultures * ** '""" "~ 7~"~"" 92 e 

Tests Performed on Stool Specimen*: 

1. Egg Inoculations 17n 

2. Neutralization Tests " i„ 

3. Tissue Cultures ' """ e ?i 

, lo 

■ New deportment established so total represent! number «f (..i. Mrf j , 

tember, I»66 through June 30, 10* J """-«■"• norooer or testa performed from Sep. 



140 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Testi Performed on Blood Specimen*: 

1. Mouse Inoculation 7 

2. Egg Inoculation 24 

3. Tissue Culture 197 

4. Complement Fixation Tests _ 158 

5. Neutralization Tests 

Teiti Performed on Spinal Fluid Specimen*: 

1. Mouse Inoculation 51 

2. Egg Inoculation 87 

3. Tissue Culture 95 

4. Neutralization Tests 

Teiti Performed on Brain and Other Tiimei: 

1. Mouse Inoculation 9 

2. Egg Inoculation 59 

3. Tissue Culture 106 

4. Neutralization 

Hemagglutinations and Hemagglutination Inhibition Teats 23 



TOTAL 3,402 

REPORT FROM VENEREAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY 

Darkfield examinations , 95 

Scrapings for Donovan bodies 125 

Frei skin tests „ 175 

Ducrey skin tests ,„ ", ~ ~"~ ~Z"~'~" ,""" "... 103 

Fungus cultures ™™ 

Acid Fast .."„......^~ ~ ...""..."H... 

Miscellaneous „ * ".'".'.'.". * "~ "** g 



TOTAL 506 



REPORT FROM BASAL METABOLIC LABORATORY 

TOTAL FOR YEAR _._ 2,994 

REPORT FOR PREGNANCY TEST 
TOTAL FOR YEAR 1,281 



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY 



141 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 



PATIENTS— WHITE 



1955 



New 

Fattab 



Ward 



Clinic 



July 

August „.., 
BaptolMc 
Oftobtr ,. 
Bfovi hIh r 
Etaeoaber 



1957 



lattBMif 
Wtbntiy 

MjjtIi .. 
AirU .... 

Miy 

Juno 



101 

101 

63 

ro 

77 
08 



64 
60 
60 
40 
61 
68 



ToUl 845 

JioUI TrailniMita 

ToUl Pitlmts* Visits.. _ 

Tolil Kw Pstlmts 

Tatml No. Wnrtilne Diys _ 

D»ib' Arms* Tnatmenls 

D»iiy Atwije Piticnu 



1,638 

1,503 
1,510 

l.u.-.fi 
1.031 



1,012 

805 
914 
045 

(1ST 
SOS 

14.315 



704 
656 
453 

raa 

i;;,7 
858 



625 
621 
655 

>;:, i 
818 
507 



Total 



2,312 
2.:,!H 
2,046 
2,263 
1,707 
1,693 



1,637 
1,518 

l.o(S!J 
1,590 
l.iillU 
1,309 



7.563 21.878 



PATIENTS-COLORED 
New 
Patieits Ward Clinic 



Total 



86 
77 
75 
93 
71 
81 



86 
Tl 
4B 
67 
64 
50 

820 



sat 

i;t;i.i 

see 

717 
MM 
S30 



627 
578 

412 
302 
409 



0«7 
i::t;i 
616 
7.S4 
548 
536 



530 
442 
H9 

739 
579 



1,247 
l Mi 

1.278 
1.501 

1.13 

j.iiim; 



1,319 
1.108 
954 
1.081 
1.131 



6,676 7,315 13.901 



1955-1956 

. f.r..!h.i 

88,ri6 

1,875 

295 

190 

115 



1356-1957 
57,674 
85.868 

1.H74 
282 
209 
127 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1956 -June 30, 1957 





Inf. 




Whirl 




Ther. 




LmM«) 
Freq. 




Hub. 






Pw. 




> 
H 


19« 


Red 


Oil. 


Pool 


Miss. 


Ex. 


U.V. 


Cuit. 


R.D. 


Bath 


M.F. 


S.P. 


Bith 


Total 


July 


101 


SI 7 


713 


169 


3.584 


156 


140 


10 


610 


66 





71 


5,937 


a 
o 

1-1 


August ,,.„,., , - 


78 


201 


613 


134 


3.784 


i;-;-i 


134 


6 


591 


47 





so 


6.859 


5v-pi™t*r 


88 


257 


546 


144 


3.320 


114 


101 


4 


S7» 


38 


II 


53 


5,045 




-'II", 


296 


oae 


121 


3,769 


140 


176 


9 


385 


30 





49 


G.SS3 


No»«alwr 


.. 215 


218 


515 


107 


2,749 


153 


180 


3 


255 


21 





20 


4.437 


Doetatiw 


170 


298 


535 


69 


2.563 


165 


135 


3 


Ml 


10 








4.181 


> 

r 


1957 






























170 


232 


599 


93 


3,867 


177 


158 


a 


316 


u 





11 


4,849 


1 


Frtruw" 


180 


238 


m 


ga 


2,704 


IM 


203 


3 


iiit! 


18 





43 


4.453 




Hvdi 


140 


209 


5SS 


i:u 


2.640 


94 


115 


2 


2ir, 


IS 





2 


4,196 




April 


181 
187 
151 


2l ill 
314 

us 


789 

7 mi 
458 


135 
6S 
57 


2.783 
2,765 
2,313 

35.837 


68 
112 
149 

1,833 


135 
137 
133 


2 
3 
6 


276 
233 
270 


1" 

10 
30 







10 

9 

60 


4,649 
4,314 
3.S61 


Ol 


Mm 


Ol 


June 


to 
or 

-a 


Total 


1.852 


3,128 


7.324 


1,313 


1.748 


53 


4.068 


320 





410 


67,674 



(•] 



Inrludfs Ionlutios 

Kindle 

(kLrinic 

Suiusuldil 



r: 



S 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1956 -June 30, 1957 



0956 

Jul? „... 
Aurutt 



T.B. 



Dwtobtf 
1957 



Jifiuar, . 

Mairli ... 

A|.ril 

Mi:. ...„. 
Jam 



Total 



HI 
148 

ioe 

SB 

n 

83 



too 
in 

125 
US 
112 
128 



Win! 



WHITE 
Clinic 



Polio 



Total 



881 

m 

742 
538 
524 



567 
551 
HT 

m 

786 
667 



1.183 


1,597 


1,078 


1,855 


r«a 


1,408 


1.247 


1,836 


3.064 


881 


1,145 


781 


1,078 


880 


1,043 


787 


1.166 


670 


1,147 


BM 


l.d'17 


666 


757 


608 



8.809 
»,7«8 

s.rnn 

3.421 
2.546 
2,533 



mm 

2,513 
1,(01! 

2.742 

j,«n 

2,155 



1.351 8,154 12,680 12. 148 34,333 



T.B. 



20 
70 
25 

116 



122 
120 
137 
71 
48 
46 



Want 



COLORED 
Clinic Polio Total 



ITS 

468 
H I 
678 
B70 
307 



578 
660 

503 

533 
444 

414 



1.242 
1,187 

l.i'M 
1.437 
1.070 
1,0» 



1,096 
977 
791 
1.180 
1,291 
1.031 



386 

tgg 

318 

in 

1M 

liiS 



230 
154 
147 
113 
129 
182 



8,186 
2.080 
1.08A 

2.462 
1,891 
1,658 



2.026 
1,920 

Lira 

1.897 
1,818 

1,703 



we 



Submitted by: 

Nathan II. Potmer 
Medio] Director 
Miry j. Baehirmrh, H.P.T. 
Tfrtnlcal Dlrn-tnr 



Grind 
Total 



5.1-37 
5,889 
5,045 
5.K83 
4,437 
4,191 



4.649 
4,433 
4,198 
4.639 
4.513 
3,SSB 



6.317 13,439 2,616 23.308 57,641 



H 

I 

1 
w 

H 

o 

IS 

a 

a 

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r 

H 

a 

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> 

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144 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1956-1957 

REPORT POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

This fiscal year a total of one hundred sixty-eight patients were admitted 
with a dally peak census of ninety-one in August, nineteen hundred fifty-six. 
Of the total admissions, one hundred fifty-five were diagnosed and treated 
for poliomyelitis. Twelve admissions were non-polio, and one was diagnosed 
and treated for Gulllain Barre. There were twenty-two respirator cases and 
seven deaths, one of which was non-polio. 

Due to the unusually high incidence of Poliomyelitis in this period, it 
was necessary to recruit nurses through the Red Cross Eleven of these 
nurses were employed at different Intervals extending from the month of 
July through November. Their assistance did much to relieve the nursing 
care load that is naturally associated with a seasonal influx of patients. 

During: the year, the Polio Center personnel continued to give their 
assistance to the State Department of Health Pollomyelitles Surveillance 
program, and Dr. Pox's viral studies dono at Tulane University Medical 
School. 

August, 1956 an automatic auxiliary power unit was received and later 
installed in the basement of this building. The unit Is connected to special 
electrical outlets In the respirator ward to furnish current for iron lungs In 
the event of a power failure. This equipment was a very worthwhile addition 
to the Polio Center. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EVELYN GOURLEY, R.N. 
Assistant Supervisor 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH 145 

ANNUAL REPORT 
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

The accompanying- report shows the work performed in the Heart Station 
during the year. The figures refer to the number of eject roeardlograms 
taken in each month, and to the number of arterial oxygen saturation .studies, 
cardiac catheterizations, angiocardiograms, and cardiac fluoroscopic examina- 
tions. 

-Many sound tracings of the heart were made during the current year 
but the breakdown for months is not available although the data were placed 
In the patient's records. 

During the year cardiac clinics were conducted every afternoon, Monday 
through Friday, In order to maintain a closer cheek on patients with 
heart disease. There was also a pediatric clinic which i,s conducted every 
Friday. 

I. Electrocardiogram* 

July 2,738 January 8,300 

August 3. SSI February j.gjj 

September .3,043 March 2,U!U 

October 2,406 April . . . ,2,965 

November 3,041 May 3,183 

I >< '-ember 2,416 June u.7.".| 

Total 35,067 

II. Arterial oxygen saturation studies 117 

III, Cardiac catheterizations 146 

IV. Angiocardiograms 

V, Cardiac fluoroscopic examinations 1.54J 

Respectfully submitted, 

LOUIS LEVY, n, M.D. 



146 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 
BRAIN WAVE LABORATORY 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

The following Is the annual report of the Department of Electroencephalo- 
graphy for the year 1957. The report is broken down into the number of BEG 
recordings made per month and the number of special recordings m:ide. 



Gates 

July 1956 76 

August 1956 90 

September 1956 80 

October 1956 158 

November 1956 Ill 

December 1956 101 

Total EEG Recordings 

Fetal Heart Recordings 

Tumor Correlation Recordings 



Cases 

January 1957 129 

February 1957 138 

March 1957 133 

April 1957 181 

May 1957 168 

June 1957 145 



.1,460 

64 

565 



Respectfully submitted, 

P POSEY, M.D. 



H. T 
Dlre< 






DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 147 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 

AND BLOOD BANK 

July I, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

There were a total of 23,488 anesthetics administered of all types through- 
out the hospital. 

During the past year there were significant advances made In the de- 
partment. The surgical departments instituted the use of the artificial heart 
for open heart sugery and extended the cardiac surgery considerably The 
Louisiana Heart Association subsidized the employment of a full time 
assistant in the Anesthesia Department to supervise the anesthesia for the 
cardiovascular surgery. Dr. George Miles, who was completing his residency 
last October was appointed to this position and now holds it. This arrange- 
ment has proved to be ideal both from the standpoint of paUent rare and the 
instruction of the residents learning to administer this type of anesthesia. 

The activities of the Blood Bank have varied little from previous years 
There were a total of 41,191 units of blood collected and 18,623 transfusions 
given, a total of 21,723 typings and matchings were performed by the laborato- 

The staffing of the Blood Bank became a problem during the year 
we were unable during the past six months of the fiscal year to maintain 
our run staff due t„ Lho shortage of technician* We are hoping that this 
situation will be relieved in the months I., coma. 

There were 42 nurse anesthetists R-raduated from the School of Anesthesia. 
Six residents completed their two year training periods. 

Sincerely yours, 

JOHN ADRIAN!, M. D.. Director 
Department of Anesthesia 



148 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1966-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

LUNG STATION 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

During the fiscal year the Lung Station carried out ventilatory studies 
alone on 491 occasions. In addition, studies for evaluation of emphysema were 
performed on 100 individuals. This was a significant increase in the UBe 
of Lung Station facilities for the evaluation of emphysema. 

Respiratory function studies involving the determination of arterial 
blood gases were carried out on 33 Individuals during the year. Other 
respiratory studies were done on 42 occasions. 

Although the determination of differential pulmonary function by broncho- 
spirometry was done on only 3 occasions, continuing the trend of 1955-56, 
the determination of breathing dynamics and the estimation of the distribu- 
tion of ventilatory function by fluoroscopy was carried out on 150 individuals. 
This represented a considerable increase in this service over the previous 
fiscal year. 

The Lung Station continued its policy of restricting diagnostic bronchial 
lavage and needle biopsy to very selected cases. Bronchial lavage, with 
cultural and cytologlcal study of the washings, was done on 15 individuals. 
Needle aspiration of the lung or cavitary washing was performed on 10 
individuals. Three miscellaneous diagnostic procedures were carried out 
during the year. 

Equipment for the administration of Intermittent positive pressure breath- 
ing and apparatus for the production of simulated cough was used for 
therapeutic purposes within the Lung Station on 545 patients. In addition, 
the Lung Station equipment has been used to a much greater, but unde- 
terminable, degree on the wards and in the recovery room than In previous 
years, In part, this has been for therapeutic purposes on bedfast or post- 
operative patients, and in part for resuscltative purposes. Although the Lung 
Station was initially glad to make its equipment available to the house 
staff for such purposes, the demand at present exceeds our capacity, and the 
equipment is often damaged or lost during unsupervised use on the wards. 
Again, we suggest to the hospital administration the advisability of establish- 
ing a department of inhalational therapy within the hospital. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN H. SEABURY, M.D. 
Director 



ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION UNIT 149 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION UNIT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

During- the fiscal year there have been 256 admissions to the Unit with 
an average patient stay of 1-1.2 days per patient The purposes and objectives 
of the ward have been to enable chronic alcoholic addicts to withdraw from 
the effects of alcohol under medical supervision and therapy. During their 
brief stay on the ward, the patients are given a thorough medical evaluation 
unii treatment for any disease, other than alcoholism, that may lit- present. 

attempts are constantly being made to restrict admissions to the ward to 
two main groups of patients. Those, well motivated chronic alcoholics who 
realize that drinking is a problem to them and although trying hard to 
abstain, have a relapse: and those young patients and other middle-aged 
alcoholics who have not yet realized that their drinking is a problem. 

The Alcoholic Rehabilitation Clinic meets in the White Medicine Clinic 
9 : 00 A.M. every Tuesday morning. The facilities of the Clinic are available 
to both white and colored male and female patients. The purpose of this 
Clinic Is to work-up and evaluate referrauj to the Clink-, ami to Callow those 
alcoholics who express a desire to come to the Clinic after discharge from the 
Alcoholic Word. During- the fiscal year there have been 2S5 patient visits to 
the Clinic, 247 of them being white and 38 colored. It has been of some 
Interest to me that a few of the colored patients have hail drinking habits 
and patterns similar to the white male alcoholic, and 1 believe some of them 
have derived benefit from contacts In the Alcoholic Clinic. 

It is of interest to point out that since the ward was first opened to 
receive patients on March ISth, 1953, there nave been l.^7:i admissions to the 
in-patient ward, 416 of whom were repeaters; that is, patients who have been 
admitted more than once to the unit. This means that over the 52 months 
that the ward has been In existence there have been 857 new patients 
suffering from Alcoholism admitted to the Unit. 

According to the Yale School of Alcohol Studies recent estimate, there 
are 65,000 alcoholics In the state of Louisiana. This means, therefore, that 
w e have only admitted approximately one and one-half per cent of the 
state's population of alcoholics to the Alcoholic Ward since its Inception. 
There are no facilities for the in-patient care of the white female or the 
colored alcoholic. 

Sincerely, 

JOHN B. BOBEAR, M. I)., Director, 

Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 



150 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1966-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

1. Administrative Activities 

Administrative problems during this fiscal year were at a. minimum. 
Those which occurred were handled on an Individual basis between the 
responsible Individuals concerned. No general meetings of a Premature 
Infant Center Committee were held. 

IL Service Activities 

There has been no significant change in the numbers of premature 
Infants cared for in this Center, although encouragement has been given 
to many other state hospitals to develop satisfactory facilities to care 
for their own premature infants. The Charity Hospital at Monroe has 
cooperated by transferring most of their premature infants to the 
Shreveport Charity Hospital. The Charity Hospital in Lafayette has 
shown considerable, yet inconsistent, improvement in their facilities for 
caring for premature infants and very few have been transferred to our 
nurseries here. Further efforts along this line are being continued so as 
to minimize the potential dangers of long distance transportation of 
newly born premature infants. 

Our basic routines and policies for premature infant management 
were carefully reviewed by the medical and nursing staffs and a brief 
and simplified three page summary was prepared and put into operation 
In March 1967. 

Careful review of the size of our staff and daily patient census 
during the calendar year 1956 led to a revision of our theoretical bed 
capacity downward. Our large nursery rooms are now designated with a 
capacity of thirty-six patients each and our small nursery rooms are 
designated with a capacity of twelve beds each. With only occasional 
stress, It has been possible to maintain the loads within these limits. 
Several benefits have obviously reHulted from this change, not the least 
of which is increased efficiency in utilization of personnel time. 

Among the extramural services of personnel of this Center was an 
Inspection of the nursery management and facilities at Baton Rouge 
General Hospital at the invitation of their director and medical staff. 
The Medical Director and Nursing Supervisor of this. Center spent a day 
In this hospital and prepared a complete report with recommendations, 
which was forwarded to their staff. A similar service was provided by 
the Medical Director for the new City Hospital in Columbus. Georgia. 

The follow-up services provided premature Infants raised In our 
Center have continued to grow In popularity and an increasing number 
of infants are being seen repeatedly In the Premature Infant Follow-up 
Chnic, The effectiveness of this clinic is greatly enhanced by the Initial 
parent orientation with our staff each week at regular prediacharge 
conferences. 

A new Medical Social Supervisor of the Premature Infant Cemei- 
was employed In January 1957 and these services were continued unin- 
terruptedly as In previous years. 

Formula preparations for our premature nursery were continued in a 
highly satisfactory manner throughout the year. 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 151 



HI. Educational Activities 

M'tilcal student teaching programs have continued to expand and 
develop in value to both staff and students. Supervised nursery experience 
1b provided In the amount of fifteen hours for each LSU Junior student 
and ten hours for each Tulane senior student. Additional formal lecture 
material is presented in both schools throughout the year. 

For the second consecutive year a Fellow Jn the Premature Infant 
Care Program was employed by means of combined support from Charity 
Hospital and various research grants. The Fellow for nine months of this 
fiscal year was Doctor Martha Haley. She was provided with much 
clinical and administrative experience in our program and her extensive 
contributions to our service, teaching and Investigative activities were 
Invaluable. 

Continuous and intensive training of professional nursing students 
in the care of premature infants was revitalized during this fiscal year 
under the capable leadership of a new clinical nursing instructor added 
to our staff. This program provided for an Intensive two week period of 
experience In our Center for ninety-nine Charity Hospital student nurses 
and thirty-one student nurses from affiliated hospitals. 

The complete three week course in the care of premature infants for 
graduate professional nurses was held four times during this fiscal year 
under the direction of our Nursing Educational Director. Eleven gradu- 
ate professional nurses participated in these programs. A two week ootl 
in care of prematures was provided for three practical nurses. Many 
halt-day programs of orientation and training were provided to a variety 
of nursing personnel. Including twenty public health nurses, twenty- five 
representatives from the New Orleans School-Health Division, and 
fourteen nursing students and two head nurses from the Baptist Hospital 
In Alexandria, Louisiana. Organized programs fur insi-rvice training 
were provided as a requirement for all newly employed nursing personnel. 

In addition to a wide variety of brief teaching activities in our 
Center as described in earlier reports, this year the Medical Director was 
invited to give three papers before medical and nursing organizations In 
Columbia, South Carolina, and two papers to the medical and nursing 
group in Columbus, Georgia. An exhibit on Care of Premature Infants 
was prepared and shown at the New Orleans Gradulate Medical Assembly 
and at the Louisiana State Medical Society Meeting. At the latter meeting 
a paper on Common Problems in the Management of I'ninaiures was 
also presented. 

IV. Investigative Activities 

Serving as a continued stimulus to our own Investigative activities, 
several specific investigations on newborns and prematures by Tulane 
senior students as part of their curriculum were sponsored by this 
department. Outstanding among these investigations was a study of a 
new method for determining gamma globulin levels in premature Infants, 
a thorough investigation of the problem of determining systolic blood 
pressure In newborns and a very original analysis of growth and develop- 
ment patterns of premature infants. These student projects as developed 
by the faculty of Tulane Medical School have proven to be quite valuable 
to our entire nursery program and effort is continuing to encourage 
further studies from this source of Investigators. 

After an initial year of developing details of specific procedures, the 
Micro-Technical Laboratory of the Tulane Pediatric D«p«rtm«nt was 



152 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



successful this year in obtaining a considerable number of capillary 
blood specimens from randomly selected prematura infants for the pur- 
pose of establishing normal values for many common laboratory de- 
terminations In prematures of varying- ages and birth weights. A major 
portion of this study was completed during this fiscal year. Support 
from this source was also effective in amassing considerable data 
regarding the dietary Intakes and hematologic blood values for prema- 
tures during the first two years of follow -up in our follow-up clinic. 
Although this material is not yet ready for publication, extensive charts 
and tables have been prepared and are maintained in our nursery 
for easy reference by our staff. 

This fiscal year marks the end of our fifth and last year of participa- 
tion in a comprehensive research program relative to retrolenta] fibro- 
plasia support-. •» National Institutes of Health through our 
l."-;il Southern Eye Bank. This research grant has amounted to approxi- 

■' twenty thousand dollars per y-.:r for the last two fiscal -■ 
nrost of. which has been effectively spent In support of paruime personnel 
engaged in this study. However, many thousands of dollars worth of 
permanent investigative equipment have been purchased and are current- 
ly available in our Center for future investigative projects. The major 
accomplishment of this program during this year was the successful 
development of a technlc for measuring tissue oxygen availability con- 
tinuously in premature Infants. This work was selected for presentation 
before the Society for Pediatric Research Meeting in Carmei, California, 
in June 1S57. Considerable data has been amassed during the course of 
this study in the fields of growth and maturation of the eyes of prema- 
tures. This data Is currently being analysed. 

An extensive long term interdepartmental project w;is initiated this 
year by the Departments of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Patholoi 
LSU Medical School. This project, known as the I.m' Perinatal Project, 
involves a relatively complete collection of data from these various de- 
partments on all deliveries, newborns and perinatal autopsies on the 
LSU service. This material has been tabulated on IBM equipment and 
preliminary surveys of these records indicate tremendous potential value 
of this project a3 significant numbers of cases are collected. 

Two clinical therapeutic trials were conducted on premature in- 
fants during this year. A study of several medlcationg for the treatment 
of thrush was successfully completed by members of the LSU pediatric 
and microbiology staffs. A clinical trial of a potential growth stimulating 
hormone was conducted by the members of the Tuiane pediatric staff. 
Both of these studies are in process of analysis for later reports. 

A new grant to the Medical Director of the Premature Infant Care 
Center from a commercial source through Tuiane University was acti- 
vated in January 1957 and provided valuable additions to the auxiliary 
and supporting studies in pathology and animal experimentation relative 
to premature and newborn infants. 

Throughout this fiscal year our nursery was operated consistently 
under the "Unit-Plan ror Epidemiological Study," this plan consisting 
basically in the principle of admitting new infants to particular 
positions within our nursery and keeping them in that spot under the 
care of essentially the same personnel throughout their nursery stay. 
Infants have never been moved from their original position despite the 
incidence of any infectious symptomatology. This method of nursery 
management has now had twenty-two months of continuous trial repre- 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 153 



sentlng over fifty thousand patient days. Extensive records and graphic 
illustrations of ciur results have been prepared, all seeming to Indicate 
overall advantages of this method for our unique nursery problems. 
At our Invitation, the Division of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology 
of the U. S. Public Health Service inspected our nursery and this particu- 
lar system in December 1956. Their report was quite complimentary and 
they are now conducting; a series of studies on etiology of the type of 
diarrhea we so frequently experience in our nurseries. 

Extensive and comprehensive meetings and activities were begun 
Involving many departments of both medical schools and Charity Hos- 
pital for the purpose of obtaining additional support for long range in- 
vestigative activities in hospitalized newborns, prematures and neurologic- 
ally damaged Infants during the pre-school years. Whether or not such 
efforts have been successful will not he known until next year. 

Three reports of work from this Center were published during this 
year as follows: "Electron Microscopy In the Premature Infant Lung" 
by William T. Newsom, M.D., and "Determination of Systolic Blood Pres- 
sure in Newborn Infants" by Fordtran. John S.. Killlnger, William A. 
and Newsom, William T. appeared In the Bulletin of the Tulane University 
Medical Faculty, February 1957, and a paper entitled "Anticipatory Man. 
agement of Newborn Infants" was published in The Recorder October 
1956, 

The above summary represents a considerable increase In investiga- 
tive activities during this fiscal year. This has been accomplished with 
only occasional mild dlstrubance to our staff, essentially no increase In 
load on personnel, and with demonstrable and valuable additions to our 
basic knowledge of premature and newborn Infants. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM T. NBW80M, .Ml), 
Medical Director 



164 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



V. STATISTICAL TABLES 
TA8LE I 



ADMISSIONS BY PARISH (Known) 





1955-1956 
rBMfit 


1956-1957 
Total Percent 


Orleans Pirkh 


U.9% 


501 


4fl.2% 


Si« NtlEhlwiiig Parishes 








(Jef [train, St. Bernini, 8L Timminy, 








Plaquemines, lAfourche, SL Cbwlcs) 


17.1% 


185 


17.1% 


Other PvUm 


3fl.4% 


399 


S6.TK 



TABLE II 



AVERAGE DURATION PATIENT STAY IN PREMATURE CENTER 
(Artrjge Number of Dijs) 



Birth Weight In Grins 


1954 


1955-1956 


1956-1957 


750-1000 


.... 


— 


93 


1001-1250 


SO 


78 


Tl 


1253-1500 


TO 


50 


GO 


1 501 -1760 


50 


39 


37 


1751-2000 


31 


39 


26 



TABLE 111 



WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION AND MORTALITY OF INBORN NEWBORNS 
July 1956 - June 1957 



Birth Weight 
in Gram; 


Total 


Pcrrcnt 
All Births 


No. of 
Deaths 


Mortality 
Percent 


10th (Her 2500 


11,210 


84.1% 


30 


.34% 


FLOOR Stillulrtlu 


309 


2.3% 


3d;* 


100.0% 


2101-2500 


1,051 




13 


1-3% 


PKBM. 3101-2270 


3 


8.0% 


1 




Mtrr. i50i-2ioo 


484 


3.7% 


M 


LS.J%" 


11)1)1.1500 


1ST 


u« 


79 


IT.&K 


501-1000 


02 


0.8% 


80 


n.t% 


500 or leu 


14 


0.1% 


14 


100.0% 


TuUl Promo*} 


1,821 


a.«% 


282 


14. J* 


Tuul Birth! 


13.340 


100.0% 


610 


4.5% 



Aduiiuimu, IMMI «id % taltnta ol Infiiitf Admilttd to the ftmitiire Intel Cnltr. S.li«rtd •* Ch.r.1, Kupit.l tf Lwiiiuu .t New OrltaiH. 

July 1, 1956, UireugK J urn SO, 1957, by Rice. So tnd Weight 



TABLE IV 



KEY: 

TOTAL 

SURVIVED 


WhIU 


RUN 


All 

Negro 


All 

White 




All 


% SURVIVAL 


Malt 


Fttult 




Mile 


Finale 




Under 500 Grunj 


















9 







5 







14 















14 


U 




501-1000 Grams 


3 







s 







IT 


2 

4.8% 


39 


1 

2.6% 


86 


3 

3.4% 


« 







92 


3 

3.3% 


1001-1500 Gnlu 


I 


s 

22.2% 


3 


2 

06. 8% 


73 


83 

45.2% 


82 


51 

62,2% 


155 


84 

54.2% 


12 


4 
33.3% 


167 


88 

52.7% 


1501-2000 Gnnu 


20 


13 

BS 


14 


12 

85.7% 


16T 


130 

77.8% 


174 


153 

ST. 9% 


341 


283 

82.9% 


34 


25 

73.5% 


375 


308 

82.1% 


3001 -£2T0 Gams 


G 


4 

80 


3 


3 

100% 


-1 


BO 

92.6% 


SO 


57 

95 


114 


10T 

M.8.% 


X 


87.5% 


122 


114 

93.4% 


TOTAL 


37 


18 

51.3% 


2.1 


IT 

69.1% 


350 


61.4% 


360 


262 

72.8% 


710 


477 

67.2% 


00 


36 

w 


770 


513 

66.6% 



M 



z 

H 

O 

> 
W 
M 

O 

w 

55 
-i 

H 
W 



Admissions, Suniflli Md % Suninli o( Prwiitutt Infinti Bom Outifdt ind Arfnittcd t« the PrMiJlun Infcnt Cutter, Cturity Hoipitil of Lwiiiuu it 
Nn Grlum, July 1, 1956, thiwjgh Junt 30. 1957. by Rut, Stx ind Weight 



TABLE V 



KEY: 
TOrAL 

SURVIVED 

', SUHVIVAL 


Whitt 




Nun 




All 
Ncgn) 


All 

WH.tr 


All 


Mill 


Fault 


Milt 


Fault 


I'Bdrt 5W Gnu 























a 


1 







1 















1 







jui-IIKH} Granu 


• 


44.1% 


3 


33.3% 


11 


8.5% 


14 


B 


36 


a 
33.1% 


u 


B 
41.7% 


3K 


11 
H 1% 


1001-UOO Gruu 


21 


10 

4T.*% 


20 


IB 


.,., 


16 

55.1% 


■J 7 


IS 

M V ;- 


M 


31 

BS.4% 


46 


29 
H 1% 


m 


60 
Bt,S% 


1501-2000 (irifflj 


n 


M 

|1.»% 


It 


20 

-8.3% 


38 


34 

89.5% 


43 


37 
H8.1% 


80 


71 
88.8% 


66 


59 


149 


116 
!4.T% 


3001-2500 Gruu 


12 


11 

n m 


4 


3 


8 


7 

s;..v;r- 


4 


1 
100% 


12 


11 

92.5% 


16 


14 
87.5% 


.•< 


25 
RtstH 


TdUI 


74 


61 

68.8% 


69 


78.4% 


n; 


S3 

66.8% 


88 


61 
69.3% 


175 


119 

ft*% 


113 


103 

r»% 


318 


332 
•S.8% 



> 

5 

H 
>< 

a 
o 



to 

T 

— 
to 
en 

-1 



TABLE V 



Yurly Sunim fui ts tar Comhined White and Nqrt Admltiitni 



KEY: 
TOTAL 

SURVIVED 


MM 


Mrifc 


% SURVIVAL 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


Weight Group 














Under 500 Owns 


30 






33 






14 






T 






6 






1 






501-1000 Gnat 


S7 

8.1% 


84 

8 
M% 


02 

3 

3.3% 


40 

10 

2S% 


94 

10 
28.4% 


38 

11 
H.9* 


1001-1500 Grams 


143 

89 

02.2% 


134 

TS 
58.2% 


187 

83 
52.7% 


its 

1117 
77.5% 


91 

78.4% 


103 

BO 
58.8% 


1501-2000 Gums 


351 

JIT 

90% 


328 

298 
90.8% 


376 

308 
82.1% 


166 

14 S 

8B.29J 


128 

110 
85.8% 


149 

128 

84.7% 


2001-3500 Cruu 








85 

57 
87.6% 


13 

12 
82.3% 


M 

25 
89,3% 


2001-2270 Grunt 


SIM 

357 
97.5% 


94 

92 
97.8% 


122 

114 
98.4% 








Onr 2270 Cm 


18 

11 
SI 1% 


2 

2 
lOOtJ 










Orer 2300 Grim 








3 

I 
33.3% 


2 








Toul 


097 

781 
70.3% 


068 

478 


770 

513 
80.6% 


419 

323 


299 

223 

r*.a«j 


3IS 

222 

80.8% 



s 

a 



> 
M 

O 

M 

H 
IS 



158 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 

ANNUAL REPORT 

THE TUMOR REGISTRY 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

The original Registry, which was established in October 1947, was re- 
organized and expanded in June, 1SS3. This was accomplished through the 
cooperation of the sponsoring agencies consisting of the American Cancer 
Society Louisiana Division, the Louisiana State Department of Health, 
Charity Hospital, and the Medical Schools of Tulane and Louisiana State 
Universities, Technical advice and assistance was provided by consultants 
from the Statistical Research Section of the American Cancer Society. As a 
result of this reorganization and expansion, the Registry has been approved 
l>y the Committee on Cancer, American College of Surgeons. 

TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD 

The governing board of the Registry presently consists of the following 

members who are r^t't -^N*'til n t lv--s from the institutions mentioned above and 

from the Louisiana State Medical Society: 

Leo J. Kerne. M.D. — Charity Hospital 
Manual Garcia. MX).— Charity Hospital 

J. D. Martin. M.D. — Louisiana State Department of Health 
J. D. Rives, M.D.— American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, Inc. 
Ambrose H. Storck, M.D, — Louisiana State Medical Society 
W. W. Frye. M.D.— Louisiana State University School of Medicine 
R. J. Muelllng, M.D, — Louisiana State University School of Medicine 
•Edward T. Krementz, M.D. — Tulane University School of Medicine 
K. C. Smith, M.D.— Tulane University School of Medicine 

Consultants 

Mrs. Marian M. Simmons, Executive Director, American Cane, r 

Society, Louisiana Division 
E. Cuyler Hammond, Sc.D., American Cancer Society 
B. Aubrey Schneider, Sc.D., American Cancer Society 

OBJECTIVES 

(1) To establish the Identity of every cancer patient seen at Charity 
Hospital and develop a master file for the entire case load. 

(2) To abstract and summarize the hospital records of each cancer 
patient diagnosed since January, 1948 together with continuous new acces- 
sions, 

(3) To obtain annual Informational follow-up on each patient for the 
life time of the patient. 

(4) To transfer Information from the abstract and follow-up to punch 
cards for electric machine accounting, 

(5) To provide an annual overall statistical analysis of the accumulated 
data in order to Indicate the size and nature of the cancer problem at 
Charity Hospital. 

(6) To provide information to the medical staff at Charity Hospital and 
other persons concerned with cancer control, for the purpose of teaching and 
research. 

(7) To serve as a prototype for other hospitals In the state interested 
In establishing their own registries, 

•Chairman of the Board 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 159 



INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM THE REGISTRY 

Any person duly authorized to obtain information according 1 to existing 
regulations may apply to the Registry where a form for "The Request and 
Release of Information" is available. Information from the following records 
is available: 

(1) The identity of all patients diagnosed with a malignant disease 
retroactive to January, 1948 with continuous new accessions added. 

(2) An abstract summary from the patient's hospital chart complete 
with follow-up reports on each individual patient. 

<3) Punched cards containing the abstract and follow-up information 
for electric machine accounting. 

The abstract records and punch cards contain information as to the 
identity of the patient, residence, age, race and sex, number of primary 
cancers with anatomic sites, date of original diagnosis, basis of diagnosis 
histology, stage of disease, treatment. Follow-up includes date and source 
of follow-up or death, survival years and months, subsequent treatment 
condition of patient and in the case of deaths, cause of death. 

Copies of the Tumor Record abstract and follow-up reports placed on 
the patient's hospital chart are available to those interested in having a 
ready summary with follow-up for use at the time the patient is seen or 
in reviewing the hospital chart for other purposes. 

In addition to the above mentioned, there is available detailed statistical 
data In the form of tables, graphs, charts, etc. too lengthy to include In 
this report. Other interesting Information includes published reports, reprints 
of articles, publications, guest book for visitors, exhibit material' lantern 
slides, map of the USA pinpointed to Indicate the place and number of 
patients traced out of the state, a map of Louisiana indicating the number 
of patients by parish residence, etc. 

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 

From the collection of data for the period 1948 through 1955 a sta- 
tistical analysis was made by Mr. Abraham Ringel under the direction of 
Dr. B. Aubrey Schneider of the Statistical Research Section, Medical and 
Scientific Department, of the American Cancer Society. The analysis in 
eludes statistics presented in graph and table form and covers pertinent 
information relative to site, age, race and sex, stage of disease, microscopic 
information and survival. Copies of the analysis were distributed to the 
Medical Staff of the hospital and others interested In cancer control. The 
material was also used in the article "Report from the Tumor Registry 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 1M8-19ES" which was Jointly 
prepared by Dr. Edward T. Krementz, Dr. Rudolph J. Muellintr, Jr. and 
Marion Wogan and published in the May issue of the Louisiana State 
Medical Society Journal. Additional use of the material included an exhibit 
at the annual meeting of the Louisiana State Medical Society held in Now 
Orleans during May and newspaper articli d by Mar. Patrick MoOrady 

of the A-merican Cancer Society. The latter article also appeared In the 
"Cancer Reporter, Louisiana". 

COORDINATED PROGRAMS 

In June, 1956 this Registry was one of eleven hospital registries which 
submitted data relative to End Results for use at the Third Notional 
Cancer Conference held in Detroit and which is Incorporated in the report 
"Cancer at Mid-Century". In September, 1956 an invitation was extended 
to these same registries to participate In a cooperative program with the 



160 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center of the National Cancer In- 
stitute In studies directed toward the accumulation of detailed information 
of large groups of cancer cases as a base line for evaluation of the re- 
sults produced by chemotherapeutlc agents. The invitation was accepted 
and the Registry is actively participating In the program through con- 
tractual agreement which provides mutual benefits. 

SUMMARY 

At the close of this fiscal year the Registry Is operating on a current 
basis with the exception of some cases In the backlog group In need of 
informational follow-up. Much effort and time has been spent In reducing 
this number. It Is believed that In the coming year follow-up will be 
brought up to date thus providing adequate and accurate information on 
survival. 

Attention from a local, state and national level has been focused on 
the Registry, with recognition as to the value and important part it plays 
within the framework of a cancer program. This has been brought about 
through the use and distribution of material from the statistical analysis, 
which for the first time has provided an overall picture of the cancer 
situation at this hospital, reports and assistance to doctors and Interested 
persons and the outside coordinated program with other agencies. 

VOLUME OF CASES 

As of the close of this year the Registry contains 14,529 abstracted 
cases of cancer covering the period of 184 g through 1956. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARION S. WOGAK, Director 
Tumor Registry 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



161 



ANNUAL REPORT OF MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

ADMISSIONS 



WHITE 



Btys 



FhmIb 



Girls 



ToUf 



Ji.K. 



1956 



•tvtaah r 
Ofiflbpf 

NDffMfetf 



685 
DOS 

ere 

626 
607 



S.BS2 



Sub-To lil 

1957 

Jin&uy 741 

February... 60S 

Mirt* S68 

ApriL „ _ 649 

M«j _. 915 

June 558 

■Mttd 

Grsod ToUL 



COLORED 



1956 

Juljr 

Auiurt ,. 

September... 

October 

>VvvttHBer .... 



718 
T20 
70S 
705 
553 



Sub-Totsl 



4.085 



1957 
Jjniiw ... 
Friiruwj . 

Mirth 

April 

June....„. 



S10 
BBS 

BT8 
674 
Hg 
649 



Sub-Total 

Grand Tolil.. 



258 
283 
255 
US 

2i..-, 
191 



1.431 



241 
101 
188 
189 
212 
187 



784 
769 
793 
802 
754 
EOT 



4.507 



766 
642 
759 
683 
787 
724 



KO 


2.SS7 


1.HM 


2,BM 


1,020 


2,424 


944 


a,&i« 


877 


2.1*5 


! 


2,034 


5,731 


13.857 


1 ,llil4 


2.345 


834 


1,995 


825 


2,013 


675 


1.911 


sir 


*,M8 


825 


2.117 



21T 
201 
184 
165 
188 
164 



1.069 



1T7 
152 
141 
145 
146 
136 



690 
BIB 

res 

7 Ml 

785 



4.651 



64? 
T13 
572 
Mi 
687 



Mile Adolt* 

Ban 

FVmile Malts 
Glrta 



1.891 
1,934 
1,818 

1.882 
1.723 

ijjn 



10.838 



1.628 
1.B63 
I.T54 
1,676 
1,760 
l.ilfW 



_ 8.837 


1.208 


1.374 


191 


10.816 


.. 7,669 


2.639 


8. SSI 


1.666 


21,155 





4.861 
$,180 

4. r, 2 3 

1.212 



IB. 324 



i fit* 
1,008 

1,259 

8,881 

4,210 

Mrs 



.. 4.103 


4.980 


18,889 


4.101 


M,tra 


s.iss 


io.ni 


88,848 


8.7S2 


jS.tti 



ToUl 





SUMMARY 

WhlU 


Colored 

8,183 
10.711 
88, 246 

S.7D2 


ToUl 




.„ T.B69 


15.RST 




2,639 


. 




.._ 8,881 


:W,I27 




1,966 


10.718 




„ 21.153 


U.TO7 


ra.osi 



102 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1 •>;, 7 



DEATHS 



WHITE 



1 I 1 



Julr ... 
Aatira ... 
aqwntw 

II ! .Ii r 



195S 



OweiH t)W , 



a 

52 
52 
48 
54 
65 



i-Totil 



n brwo 



April 
Mir 

JlllB 



M 

47 
11 



Sub-Totd ._ 
Grind Tetil. 



5 
U 

n 
» 
s 

13 



U 

34 

ir 
u 
IS 



4 

ll> 



81 8 58 193 39 



Be 



T 
8 
5 
5 
6 
13 



38 
25 
39 
31 
32 
50 



8 
5 
t 
4 

10 



... 328 41 2H 37 



91 

lllfl 

98 

H 

106 

118 



607 



IIS 
94 

112 
91 
89 

117 



821 



-642 103 407 70 1428 



COLORED 






n 

45 

II 
IS 



35 
27 

n 
u 

18 

18 



47 
45 
44 

42 
59 

u 



21 
20 
IS 
13 
19 
18 



53 

ra 

r.i 

IS 4 



39 
24 
35 
19 

27 

u 



51 
It 
85 

48 

45 
45 



It 
21 
19 

IS 
17 
25 






149 240 

150 256 
13f 235 
119 210 
150 2GS 
LM 245 



275 189 285 106 834 1,111 



188 

133 
194 
137 
153 
159 



2S1 
22T 
306 
22S 
212 
276 



337 178 303 121 939 1,560 



612 318 588 227 1,773 3,001 



DEATHS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF ADMISSION 



Mr _. 
Amint 



October 

Vorrrolier 

DwatMt 



Sub-Tout 



February 
Mir* .... 
April ... 

Kur .._., 
Jiuu 



Bab-ToU] 



Graml Toul 



12 
Houri 



50 
43 
24 
33 
52 
51 



. 253 

. IS 
. 10 
. 60 
. 43 
. 31 
- 53 

27S 

828 



24 
Hours 



27 
27 
29 
21 
22 
II 



156 



25 
34 

12 

n 

27 
159 
315 



36 

Hours 



36 



10 
5 
8 

r 

12 
T8 



48 
Krjts 



Out 
Tolil 48 Hours 



12 
9 
4 

7 
5 
8 



93 
87 
M 
67 
81 
91 



M 



490 



7 
12 



45 

90 



93 
78 
113 
H 
72 
H 

521 

I. Oil 



147 
189 
170 
143 
171 
IS] 



951 



188 
119 
l«3 
162 

ire 

1T7 
1,039 
1,990 



Total 



210 
188 

235 
210 

2.*. 5 
345 



1,111 



281 
22T 
30fi 
228 
212 
278 

1,560 

3.001 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



163 



MONTHLY ADMISSIONS 

SERVICE REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

DEATHS 12 YEARS AND UNDER 





* 

3 
I 


I 

a 


1 

1 

3 


H 

O a 


i 


1 


J! 


J 


1956 

Jiilr 

Ofiotef _ _„ 


79,209 

80,834 

flu. Hit; 
74.463 
'0.631 


I.5M 
2.aT« 
S,8M 

2.591 
2.4*2 
2,278 


8,552 
7.0*4 
MM 
6,612 
8,246 
5.813 


6,119 
8,861 

-;.;.* 7 
8,806 
5.983 
B.0S4 


240 
258 
2SS 
210 
255 
245 


1,097 
1,291 
1,318 
1,120 
1.094 
1,161 


114 

111 

93 
OS 

no 

113 


30 

SI 
31 

21 

22 




SO 






Total . _ 


468,456 


15,378 


39,163 


38,122 


1,441 


7,081 


639 


171 


1957 
J&miuy.* _ ,, 


74,441 
Mfltt 

72.104 

6H.S1H 
64,978 


2,401 
2.3 5 N 
2,328 
2 208 

2.213 

2.106 


6.913 
5.602 
8,013 
5,308 
5,970 

r,.ss:i 


6,218 
5,«M 

5.795 

J,2Sn 
5.729 
5.7B1 


Ml 

227 
306 
228 
242 
276 


1,117 
904 

1.010 
808 
872 

1.004 


112 
93 
187 
102 
105 

lie 


24 
19 
35 


April _ 


IS 

23 
2S 


8u«i Total 


412.397 


13,872 


35,880 


34,27" 


1,560 


5,715 


ess 


135 


Grind Total 


880,853 


28,950 


Tfl.OCJ 


72,389 


3,001 


12,736 


1.304 


3 (W 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 



July 1, 1955 
to Jum 30, 195S 



July 1, 1956 
lo June 30, 1957 



DiKhirjM 

Dathj _ 

Blrthj 

Corenef'B Cases- 
Hospital Diys.... 
I>»tb' Aretife..... 
3ttllb»nu 



74,587 

71.716 

2,874 

12.782 

1.277 

915,584 

i.r.ns 

306 



75.052 

72,390 

3,001 

12.7!tli 
1 ,304 

2.418 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 



1956— WHITE 

lintT 1 Year 

1 lo 4 fan..„,..„ 

B lo 9 yean.— 

10 to 14 yt*n, _ . 

IS to IB years... 

»(l to 24 sun. „ 

88 to 29 yew.... 

30 to 34 yean „ 

35 to 44 job. 

45 to 54 yem 

55 to lit ictra 

65 to 74 years... 
15 to 84 yrars,. 

68 to 84 yean 

M and (her. 

t'niMwn yan 

TW*1 



Joty Aug. Sept Oct Not. Dec. Tltol 



7 





1 

^ 



1 

4 
4 

: 

10 
2 
3 





6 
(l 
2 
I 
» 
1 
1 
ii 
I 
I 

7 

e 

i 

I 

» 
n 



4 

Ii 
ii 


1 
1 

I 
9 

g 

5 

B 
I 

B 
1 

i' 



4 
II 






1 

2 
8 

e 

i» 

U 

3 





8 
1 

I! 
» 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 

g 
8 
I 

r 

ii 
l 
o 



33 

s 
s 

2 

3 
5 
2 

8 
13 

as 

34 
42 
41 
IS 
2 




11 



42 



35 34 



43 



33 233 



1957— WHITE 



Jut. Feb. Mir. April May June Totil 



I'mlK 1 Ytar.. 
1 to 4 yeuj,... 

5 to » yew 

10 to 14 years.. 
IS to 19 yon... 
tan... 



H 
18 

an 
18 
U 



to 24 

D H 

to 14 ynra... 

to 44 ronu 

to .14 jews... 



85 hi 04 years,. 



M 

M 

85 
83 



i . in 



to 14 

to 84 

In HI . 
ind 0«r„ 



I'aknoira fan... 
Total 



7 



1 
1 



1 



I 

5 

in 

11 

7 

1 
ii 



8 


ii 
ii 

t» 
1 
1 

s 

8 
5 
9 
12 
2 





8 
2 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

s 

8 

7 
11 
11 
8 





29 

4 

4 

2 

3 

1 

3 

4 

14 

23 

41 

S3 

60 

20 







:u 



■ ...- ■ 45 33 43 

0™* Tot*! sa 78 fg S g 



60 251 



79 98 484 



July Aug. Sept. Oct 



Gr. 
D*c Total Totil 



5 



1 



4 

i 

•> 

11 

14 
2 






11 
1 

I 
II 


3 

1 
1 

4 

f) 

8 

16 

8 

i 

1 





10 




] 





4 

li 

s 

24 
9 
D 

1 



16 
8 
S 





8 
1 

1 
2 



3 
11 
10 
16 
T 
3 
1 




13 


o 
o 
o 
o 

2 



3 

T 

13 

23 

11 

« 

o 
o 



56 

2 

1 

1 

4 

4 

I 

2 

16 

4G 

85 

LM 

84 

IT 

2 

1 



50 64 63 37 



62 



8 
2 



II 




1 

5 

m 

SI 
I SI 

jr. 
5 



5 
:t 


3 

1 
t 
1 
7 
15 
14 
9 
3 





1 

11 



1 

II 

1 

ii 

ii 

4 

12 

12 

16 

IS 

4 



II 



5 


o 
l 
i 
o 



o 

2 

If 

II 

U 

13 
1 





5 




1 

Q 



3 
4 

T 
12 

IS 
5 
2 





12 

I) 

1 
I) 
i 
l 
l 
ii 
l 

i 

7 
15 
10 

2 



o 



6 
1 
4 

I 

2 

2 

4 

17 

49 

67 

M 

07 

u 






73 



6T 



S3 



89 

8 

4 

8 

T 

9 

8 

T 

33 

78 

89 

148 

95 

It 

• 

1 



•78 374 807 



Jin. FA. Mir. April Miy June Total Tftil 



n 

9 
5 
8 

9 

3 

6 

8 

31 

72 

108 

147 

117 

88 







57 ST0 621 



OS 



a 

> 
w 

X 

o 

9 



Ol 

=1 

I 

s 

Ol 

-a 



123 125 132 114 115 135 744 1,223 



IUUB 

rTMAI.KS 



TflTM, „ 



744 
484 



1.223 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 




S 



« 
o 

o 

s 



« 
w 



1,763 



A 
01 



166 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES 



Acadia 


191 


Allen 


60 


Ascension 


1,142 


Assumption 


742 


Avoyelles 


227 


Beauregard 


24 


Bienville 


2 


Bossier 


6 




22 


Calcasieu 


306 


Caldwell 


15 


Cameron 


22 


Catahoula 


38 


Claiborne 





Concordia 


104 


DeSoto 


7 


East Baton Rouge 


4,954 


East Carroll 


39 


East Feliciana 


627 




183 


Franklin 


50 


Grant 


25 


Iberia . 


266 


Iberville 


866 


Jackson 


6 


Jefferson 


6,458 


Jefferson Davis 


77 


Lafayette 


231 


Lafource 


1,426 


LaSalle 


22 


Lincoln 


7 


Livingston 


388 


Madison 


32 


Morehouse 


32 



Natchitoches 


13 


Ouachita 


84 


Plaquemine 


931 


Point Coupee 


556 


Rapides 


165 


Red River 





Richland 


6 




3 




788 


St. Charles 


1,018 


St. Helena 


128 


St. James 


960 


St. John the Baptist 


1,264 


St. Landry 


565 


St. Martin 


119 


St. Mary 


682 




1,553 


Tangipahoa 


1,403 


Tensas 


53 


Terrebonne ..... 


1,888 


Union „ 


16 


Vermillion 


165 


Vernon 


30 


Washington 


715 


Webster 


2 


West Baton Rouge 


487 


West Carroll 


32 


West Feliciana 


380 


Winn 


9 


Orleans 


41,749 


Other States 


645 




22 


Unknown 


34 


Total 


75,052 



RECAPITULATION 

Orleans 41,749 

Louisiana 32,602 

Other States 645 

Foreign 22 

Unknown 34 



Total 75,052 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 167 



RECAPITULATION 

Patients Remaining at Beginning of Year. 2,395 

Admissions _ 75,052 

Patients Remaining at End of Fiscal Year 2,047 

Total Hospital Days 880,853 

Total Number of Stillborns 306 

Discharges & Desertions - 72,399 

Deaths „ 3,001 

Average Gross Death Rate (Per Cent) 4.00% 

Cases Reported to Coroner - 1,304 

Daily Average 1,720 

Autopsies Performed 1,720 



Submitted By: 

EDDIE V. COOKSEY, CRL 



168 



CHAillTY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



SERVICE REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

July 1, 1956 Thru June 30, 1957 
Taken from Admiiiioni 





TUL 
WM 


TOL 
WP 


TUL 
CM 


TUL 

CI 


LSIT 


LSU 
WF 


LSC 
CM 


CP 


IND 
WM 


WF 


am 

I'M 


IND 
CF 


Total 


Accident ud 

Admission Room . 
Conttrious 


IS 

212 
i 

09 
S 


I 

152 

1 

53 

3 

310 

■ 

903 

188 

4* 

304 

700 

«4 

288 

IM 

284 

28 

8 

1* 

40 

303 

> 

M0 

ts 

» 

ITS 


24 
874 

3 
50 

4 

SOI 
204 
101 

2.BM 

183 

$14 
281 

♦47 

23 

4 

107 
M 

147 

JJ 

8*3 

100 

S8 

Ml 


13 

482 

1 

81 

2 

018 

208 
M 

2.S18 

8.2M 
108 
390 
277 
877 

22 

2 

202 

Tl 
133 
115 
993 

?1 

40 
188 


]« 

204 

2 

OS 
102 

"g' 
810 
184 
M 

111 

135 

287 

130 

401 
87 
II 
17 
80 

303 
41 

084 
88 
SO 

310 



140 

13 

78 
4M 

It 
040 
128 

13 
278 
004 

08 
178 

08 
320 

20 
9 

14 

48 
2*5 

48 
810 

20 

44 
100 


12 

no 

3 

00 
110 


8 

418 

81 

SO 

1,404 


12 
12 
100 
82 


4 


120 
30 


15 

It 

219 

21 


8 
21 
180 
39 


139 

2,908 

OH 

024 






1 04 
302 


no 

230 




700 


4,074 
402 




IS 
843 
191 
HO 
329 




111 

218 
08 

2,017 

143 
330 
240 
040 

30 

4 

174 

83 
130 

31 
1.037 

73 

84 
483 


IN 

37 
:< m 

8,103 
107 
;.".;• 

1M 

738 
i.' 
3 

107 
M 

154 
02 
1.180 
24 
30 
SO 


415 


480 


7.840 


Sruto amtuf , 


37 


li 


21 


14 


Ml 
12,019 
10.014 
1,311 
2,505 




M 


00 


80 


3,710 
80 


Opihalamloo' 


m 

tie 

205 

391 

29 

II 

20 

a 

291 
«0 

«so 
to 

n 

417 


OtoLuyngotafy.. 


111 


104 


115 


143 


2.073 
4.702 


Plaaiie ^uficry 


1 


1 
( 


t 


1 


200 
01 


Prematura 






777 


Prrmmture Station 










821 


Ifaormcic Surgery 

Tuberculosa* 










1,735 


417 
11 


33 

482 

8 


15 
007 
21 


07 

770 
12 


803 

8,947 

448 




145 


43 


210 


20 


2,771 




TOTALS., 


4.480 


4 4T5 


8.548 


13.(43 


k,U) 


4.384 


8.«T 


18.084 


1.400 


2,081 


1,778 


0,282 


75,052 



DEATHS 12 YEARS AND UNDER 



Due to C*r*\ia 

Vueulv Dweaas.. 




















































































Dt» to ReoeJ Outut. 




























Dae taFoMoa. 
Accident tod 
























































Stilibottu 


S 


7 


M 


40 


8 


4 


52 


45 


I 


« 


37 


IS 


305 



Son: 1 Stillborn— 8cx 



Aw. 23. 1950 not included is RiUbarn util. 









MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 








169 


DEATHS TAKEN FROM DEATH LIST 
(Autoptie* in Bald) 




TUL 

WM 


TUL 
IV F 


TUL 
CM 


TUL 
CF 


LSD 
WM 


LSU 
WF 


LSU 
CM 


ISTJ 
CF 


IN'D 
WM 


IND 
WF 


IND 
CM 


DTD 

CF 


Total 


Accident and 

Admission Room, 

Contagion-- •- 


1 
IS 

ID 


2 

i 
i 

7 


11 
21 
29 

32 


3 

a 

12 
14 


3 

19 
t 

7 


1 
7 
3 
4 


3 

IS 
22 

28 


3 

11 
13 
16 


3 
13 
2 

2 


1 
4 

4 

4 


6 

15 
3 
3 


1 

5 

1 
2 


39 
138 
108 
1J7 




































1 
1 
1 

2 
8 
9 
















1 

1 


2 

5 






1 






2 

1 
S 














1 
2 

7 
J 


1 

2 


3 

4 
1 

7 












IS 
22 

34 

1 

2 

615 

1,172 






» 

S 




1 
2 
1 
1 
18 
49 


88 


4 

4 

'30' 
64 


Medicine 




62 

129 
2 

e 

s 

14 
2 
« 


38 

S3 
1 
2 
8 
8 

I 














1 
28 
03 


84 

122 
2 
9 
E 

10 
28 

27 


78 

137 
S 

s 
i 

7 
12 
12 
4 
4 


82 

127 

■■■,■ 

2 
7 
2 

4 


53 

88 

2 
i 

3 

3 


78 

122 

4 

8 

3 

10 

20 

22 


85 

110 

s 

8 
4 

6 
9 
10 








39 
33 

78 


S'rtjro Sufff«ry 

SewBwtu 


...„ 


3 


2 

3 


2 

3 




i' 

1 


::::::: 


"2 
2 


83 
7 
9 










1 




I 














1 
1 

13 


..... 
4 


2 
3 
9 


4 

8 
1 

2 
9 

14 


■ 

11 

...... 

14 


1 
1 
8 
2 

3 

20 
25 












4 

27 


Orthopedic 

Pediatric" -.- 


i 
U 
3 
4 

10 
IE 


2 
8 

...„. 

23 














71 
7 
H 


"T 


..... 


1 
1 









1 
13 

18 


7 
1 


IB 
22 










141 












1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
8 
10 
3 
9 
1 

2 

17 
28 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 
S 




2 










3 

2 

7 

233 

2A3 
17 




1 
2 
7 
7 
10 
11 
2 
4 
4 

a 

20 

ao 

2 
8 
i 

10 

11 

18 
























2 

4 

7 

11 

18 

2 

8 

1 

3 

23 

47 

4 

7 

e 

4 

12 


■"« 

711 
23 
24 
1 
3 

3 

20 

37 

3 

9 

..„. 
s 

17 


"'47' 
48 
18 

21 
1 
1 
4 
10 
18 
37 
3 
4 
2 
8 
2 
4 




1 









i 

3 
f 

< 
1 

I 
2 
7 
18 

28 
2 
3 

..„. 

4 


63 

87 

18 

18 

1 

1 

T 

2 

27 

43 

5 

10 

4 

8 

8 

22 


47 

48 
8 

11 
2 
7 

s 

12 
31 
3D 

1 

1 

a 

s 

2 










Premature Station... 

Psychiatry 

Radium Kami 

rhoracic Siirgerj' 


















119 
12 

34 








1 

4 

13 
24 








11 

69 
211 
371 

28 

47 

n 

84 
44 

110 


3 

B 

10 
2 

3 


14 

24 

1 

> 


4 

10 
20 

1 

1 


L'roloW 

TOTAL 


4 
10 


I 

1 


2 

11 


1 

3 


159 
310 


103 

181 


277 

418 


238 
300 


148 
318 


IIS 

208 


271 

4LU 


212 

313 


61 

123 


3S 

88 


86 
128 


54 

1« 


1.728 
3,001 



170 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

To many of the patients of Charity Hospital the advent of illness 
brings with It social disorganization which la beyond the ability of the 
patient or his family to control This is not surprising-. Serious Illness or 
disability, by Its very nature, produces emotional and financial strain. It 
is to be expected that such strain would be especially disrupting among the 
families of Charity Hospital patients. The great majority of these fan 
are In the low Income, or Bub-standard income brackets, in Bttch families. 
who live, as It were, on the borderline of stability, the additional strain 
of illness may well be the force that upsets the balance, and makes out- 
side help necessary. 

Services to Patients 

Examples of some of the kinds of help needed by patients, and pro- 
vided through the social service department, are given below: 

1. The socio) worker was asked by the doctor to arrange for flnani 
assistance for Peter Nicholas and his wife and three children. Mr, 
Nicholas, a twenty-three year old man, had been found to have 
lymphatic leukemia with a life expectancy of one year at the most. 
The patient was discharged on a regime of metlcorten, which was 
secured through the American Cancer Society, and arrangements are 
being made for the family to receive financial assistance through 
the Department <>f Public Welfare. When the patient's young wife 
was first seen, she was extremely upset and confused. Mot under- 
standing the patient's condition, she did not realize the gravity of 
the situation, and was Inclined to think he was exaggerating nil 
symptoms. A conference with the doctor helped to clear this up. 
and made it possible for Mrs. Nicholas to plan for the future more 
realistically. The social worker will continue to see Mrs. Nicholas 
as she will need help in caring for her sick husband at home, and 
as she is having to shoulder reaponBibllltle« which she is not mature 
enough to carry alone. 

2. An older man, Charles Abbott, was referred by the doctor for fi- 
nancial assistance. This patient had an organic brain condition which 
would not permit his returning to his former employment around 
machinery. Temporary financial assistant'.- through the Department 
of Public Welfare was arranged. However, the patient's history re- 
vealed that be had an excellent work record or which be was ex- 
tremely proud. He had been depressed at the time of referral, at 
the loss of Independence, and hopeless about the future. During the 
three months period the worker has been seeing this patient, his 
depression has been relieved through support and encouragement. 
With the relief of his depression, his physical symptoms have de- 
creased. The patient has been helped to find a part-time job which 
is within his capabilities, and he is now able to feel again the 
pride of being a breadwinner. 

3. A thirty year old woman, Lily Gray, came to the office seeking 
financial assistance. She had been followed In surgery and medicine 
clinics for treatment of severe hypoparathyroidism. In her contacts 
with the social worker, the Immediate problems of procuring medica- 
tion and financial assistance were handled In cooperation with the 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE 171 



Department of Public Welfare. During these contacts she exhibited 
extreme anxiety and symptoms which suggested that she was dis- 
turbed enough to need professional psychiatric care. Because of a 
previous unfortunate experience she was unwilling to seek such help. 
The services of the staff psychiatric consultant were utilized, and 
with his cooperation, the patient was hospitalized for treatment. Fol- 
lowing her release from the mental hospital, the patient continued 
seeing the social worker. She has subsequently been referred to the 
Vocational Rehabilitation Department, and is being trained as a 
beautician. This patient's emotional balance will probably continue to 
be unsteady, but with help from the social worker as- needed in 
time of crises, and with a job which is not too demanding, it is 
anticipated that she will make a reasonably good adjustment, and 
will be able to be self-sustaining for the most part. 

Assistance of the kind described above was made available to 37,320 
patients and their families during the past fiscal year. Permanent records 
were made of the sen-Ices given In 8,25s cases. These were cases in which 
recording was needed in order to facilitate the current treatment process, 
or In which a record was thought to have some future value. In £9,063 
cases, the service given, while important In terms of the immediate needs 
of the patient, and from the point of view of facilitating hospital proce- 
dures, was of a more incidental nature not requiring a permanent record. 

In social work, no two problems are quite the same, nor are the means 
of solving them. A true statistical measure of the work of a department 
such as this is not feasible, since problems vary not only In type, but 
also in Intensity, and in the amount and quality of work their solutions 
require. However, certain tangible services are given in appreciable num- 
bers. Below are listed some of these types of services, the numbers Of 
patients helped, and the numbers of contacts needed to complete the service. 

Service 

No. of No. of 
Patient* Contact! 

Nursing carp in the home 200 310 

Child Placement 177 218 

Placement In nursing home 587 1056 

Financial assistance 1025 1211 

Homemaker Service 29 41 

Vocational Rehabilitation 179 287 

Shelter Home Care 107 137 

Appliances and medication , 1437 1810 

Transportation 201 211 1 

Hospitalization & other medical procedure 411 575 

Assist with emotional adjustment 826 1027 

Interpretation & planning with personnel regarding 

patient's social situation 67B S71 

Interpretation of patient's medical -social 

situation to other agency 429 674 

Interpretation to patient group 618 1127 

Unmarried mothers served 37 84 

The social workers do not see every patient who comes to the hospital 
for treatment. This would not be feasible, nor would It be advisable, 
since not every patient needs this particular kind of help. It does, however, 
create the problem of case-finding: that is. of determining which of the 
patients most need service. In the main, these patients are referred to the 
Department by other persons, such as doctors, nurses, and interested 



172 



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individuals in the community who know of their difficulties. Of the 
patients served In the period covered by this report, 1 J, «90 patients were 
referred to the social workers by hospital personnel (doctors, nurses), 5,304 
by the Department of Public Welfare, 3,406 by other social agencies, and 
18.S20 by the patient hlmflelf, a member of his family, or by clergymen, 
public officials or other persons outside of the hospital. 

Like other departments in the hospital. Social Service offers sen-Ices 
to patients from the entire State. The geographical distribution is as follows: 
patients from Orleans Parish 23,940, patients from other parishes 13.04S. Al- 
though residence in the State is a requisite for treatment in Charity 
Hospital, a certain number of known non-residents are accepted for emer- 
gency treatment. Of these, 334 needed some help from Social Service. 
Use of Fundi 

Small funds are available to the department which can be used to 
meet the medical needs of some of the patients. These funds are derived 
for the most part from donations, although one, the Patients' Welfare Fund 
is provided through hospital funds. The amounts available for the past 
fiscal year were: 

Stauffer-Eastwlck J4800.00 

Patients' Welfare \\ 120oJ)0 

Well Conval e scent , ...,.,.'... 360^00 

Social Justice , ...'.'. Ilo!o0 

American Cancer Society. , 506 57 

Rykoski Family (Donation) ......'.,'. '....'. i9Sfl!oo 

Special Donations 275.00 

ToU1 19201.57 

Expenditures were as follows: 



£ e 

a ■ 

a s 

Reason for Using Fond 2. - 

it. 3 

O O 

I i 

Medication 57g3 , T|06 3.20 

Transportation 261 633 42 

Maintenance 20 133 50 

App !i^f ' 265 1,058.87 

TOTAX. 8329 $8,888.99 

Only the most pressing needs of patients can be met through the uve 
of these funds, and many argent needs necessarily go unmet. An effort is 
made to limit these expenditures to emergencies. In which an immediate 
financial problem exists. The needs for long term financial aid are re- 
ferred to other agencies In the community, in most Instances, the Depart- 
ment of Public Welfare. 

One of the most serious problems with which the Department deals is 
that of the patient who cannot purchase medications prescribed for him by 
the doctor. This hospital does not provide medications for out-patients. While 
many of the patients can pay for their own medicines, there are many 
who cannot. Even though It is officially recogni/.ed that the hospital has 
no responsibility for meeting this need, large numbers of patients are re- 
ferred to Social Service for help in securing drugs. The numbers of 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE 173 



patients referred to Social Service for help in securing medications Is in- 
creasing rapidly, as more and more patients are being maintained on an 
out-patient basis on drug therapy, where previously they had to be hos- 
Mllzed. That these drugs are extremely expensive affects the problem In 
two ways: fewer patients are able to afford them, and Social Service 
funds would not nearly meet this need. 

The scope of this problem has extended beyond limits which can be 
handled within the Social Service Department. The numbers of patients 
hnd amounts of money involved are too large for the staff and budget of 
the Department. To purchase medications for patients on a selective basis 
requires the use of medical judgment which soeial workers do not have. 
Careful consideration should be given to the question as to whether this 
department should continue to try to fill even partially this over-all need 
of clinic patients. 
Eligibility Determination 

Since 1941. this Department has been responsible for determining eli- 
gibility for hospital care. Eligibility depends upon the financial and resi- 
dence status of the patient, and Is determined on an individual basis when- 
ever possible, taking into account such factors as the duration and cost 
of the treatment needed, whether the employment of the family breadwinner 
will be interrupted, and whether they are previously Incurred obligations, 
particularly for medical treatment. A fair decision as to whether a patient 
will be accepted or rejected for treatment depends upon the results of a 
reasonably comprehensive interview, followed by verification of his state- 
ments through employers, banks, tax statements, or other sources. In many 
Instances a conference with the doctor is necessary to determine the Datura 
of the treatment needed, and whether, in the case of the ineligible patient, 
he can safely be moved to a private facility. 

The unit which determines eligibility Is administered by one of the 
social service department supervisors, who has other responsibilities in the 
department in addition to this particular function. The unit itself consists 
of nine Interviewers, who are distributed as follows: Accident Rooms, four 
workers (more complete coverage In this section is needed because of the 
large amount of emergency work, and the comparatively high percentage 
of ineligibility); wards and clinics, five workers. Because the number of 
workers has been so very limited, it has never been possible even to approxi- 
mate a thorough screening program of Ineligible patients. At best, only 
the most obviously questionable cases can be selected for investigation 
During the pa-st fiscal year, 28,770 patients were Investigated for eligibility^ 
This represented roughly 12% of the total number of patients applying at 
the hospital for treatment. Of the 6,445 found to be ineligible. 2,537 were 
referred elsewhere for treatment, while 3.908 were given emergency treat- 
ment, billed, and then referred elsewhere. The table below shows ihe numbers 
of patients interviewed, eligible and ineligible, according to services: 



£ > £» E s 

Z* zw z " 



Clinical 2.866 1,268 1,398 

Wards 5,039 4,548 491 



Accident Rooms 21,085 16.609 4,656 

TOTAL, 28,770 22,325 6,445 



174 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1967 



Staff 

Shortage and turnover of professional staff continues to be the Depart- 
ment's moat pressing problem. There was one resignation In the supervisory 
staff. This vacancy was filled by promotion from the staff. Otherwise, the 
supervisory staff remained stable, though with one additional vacancy. The 
latter will be filled at the beginning or the fiscal year with another pro- 
motion from the staff. 

Of a complement of 32 staff workers, medical and psychiatric, there was 
an average of 13 vacancies throughout the year. Among the filled posi- 
tions, there were seven resignations of full time workers, and eight replace- 
ments. The employment of several part-time workers has been helpful, but 
li not a solution. 

There was comparatively little turnover In the clerical staff. 

The difficulty in maintaining stability in professional staff is not unique 
with this Department, as there Is a nationwide shortage of qualified social 
workers. However, It has certainly been Intensified here by the fact that 
salaries have been at a level which made competition with other agencies 
impossible, even those operating tn the same Civil Service classifications. 
Inconsistencies In salary range* and Job classifications within the State 
Civil Service system have placed this Department at a disadvantage In 
comparison with other State Institutions. It Is anticipated that the adoption 
of the new pay scale recommended by Civil Service will be of appreciable 
help in this area. However, there are still inequities In pay ranges: there 
Is a differentia] between the medical social consultant and the medical 
social worker series, and between the psychiatric and medical social work 
series. Salaries in social work series other than medical and psychiatric are 
comparatively higher. 

Because of the critical staff shortage during the past year, it became 
Impossible to provide adequate social services throughout the hospital. Staff 
workers were spread so thin that the occurrence of additional vacancies 
meant that their efforts would be so dissipated as to be of douhtful value 
to the patient or to the hospital, and the workers themselves felt the pres- 
sures of an overwhelming Job. It therefore became necessary to curtail 
coverage in some way. The decision was made to concentrate services In 
the areas of the hospital In which they were thought to be most needed, 
i.e.. the wards, admitting and accident rooms, and certain selected clinics 
such as pediatrics, orthopedics, and psychiatry. The social workers were 
withdrawn from most of the other clinics. This has made It possible to 
give more adequate service where it is needed most, and permits per- 
formance of a higher quality by staff. As additional workers become avail- 
able, reassignment* to the clinics will be made on a selective basis. 



Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ MARIGAYLE H. HART 
Marigayie H. Hart 



MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 176 

ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

Staff 

The staff of the Medical and Patients Library remained the same In 
[his fiscal year as that of the last. A total of seventy-eight hours was 
worked by seventeen volunteers assisting the regular staff. Their coopera- 
tion was appreciated by the staff as well as the patients of this institution. 

Reading Room Activities 

Attendance in the reading room was very high. Members of the medical 
and professional staff found the medical books and journals very helpful 
in their reference studies. 

By donation, subscription and direct purchase, the collection of books 
is constantly growing. The medical journals, periodicals and fine collection 
of fiction and non-fiction make the library a center of Interest in the hos- 
pital. 

Ward Activitiet 

A major contribution to the morale of patients on wards was the daily 
schedule maintained by the volunteers and staff of the library with the 
book truck. Hundreds of magazines, and books, both bound and paper-back 
were circulated among the patients. 

Statistic* 

Circulation 

Ward S i46 2 

Reading Room 9,691 

18,053 

Attendance 36.3*2 

Acquisitions (bound volumes) 

Purchase 163 

Gifts 4 14 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lily E. Twining, Librarian 



176 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1967 

ANNUAL REPORT OF VOLUNTEER SERVICE 
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

Average number of VOLUNTEERS per month... 394 

Average number of HOURS worked per month 4,029 

Total number of INDIVIDUAL. VOLUNTEERS 2,404 

Total number REGISTERED for Placement 667 

Total number of HOURS worked 48,352 

PROJECTS SPONSORED BY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

1S1 DONATIONS received, distributed and acknowledged. 

Held 10 ORIENTATION MEETINGS for 119 volunteers. 

OUIDE SERVICE provided for 74 tours. 

ANNUAL MEETING planned and arranged to present 153 AWARDS to 
volunteers. 

Published and distributed 4 issues of VOLUNTEER BULLETIN. 

Arranged and Coordinated 47 CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES for patients 

throughout hospital- 
Prepared 465 RADIO SPOT ANNOUNCEMENTS and 19 NEWSPAPER arti- 
cles. 

Approved STANDARDS tor better selection of volunteers. 

Promoted extension of PERSONAL SERVICE WORK In wards by group* and 
individuals. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/»/ FLORENCE JENNINOS 
Florence Jennings. Director 



PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL PROGRAM 177 

ANNUAL REPORT 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL PROGRAM 

Sponsored by the Council of Jewish Women 

New Orleans Section 

The Pediatric Recreational Program at Charity Hospital, a project 
originated and sponsored by the New Orleans Council of Jewish Women 
is now In its tenth year. The Program is designed to care for the social, 
emotional, ethical and recreational needs of the hospitalized child. 

The attractive Play Room continues to be well supplied with toys, games 
and equipment which Is replaced as necessary from the budget that the 
hospital allocates to the Program. The hospital also assumes the responsi- 
bility of maintaining the Play Room, minor repairs and maintenance. The 
Council of Jewish Women, New Orleans Section assumes full responsibility 
for the Director and Assistant Director's salary, as well as other emergency 
needs. The Council continues to act in an advisory capacity and join with 
the community In volunteer service. 

Volunteer participation is a most important contribution to the Recrea- 
tional Program. During the past fiscal year 3 68 were active. The group 
was comprised of 87 day time workers, 47 evening volunteers and 34 
special workers, who served 4.6S0 hours. The volunteers continue to bring- 
new enthusiasm and skills to the child patients and are eagerly received by 
the children. The average number of volunteers participating each month 
in the Recreational Program average approximately 55. Volunteer training 
programs are scheduled periodically to train the volunteers in various phases 
of the work. Routine orientation Is given each new volunteer upon entering 
the Program. 

Student nurse training in recreation has been a positive experience 
for the students. It has given strength to the Program and has been of 
value to the students, as well as the Program. This year 420 students 
have rotated through the Program, receiving 2,100 hours training experience. 

We have been very fortunate to have received many splendid and 
generous gifts and contributions from interested friends and organizations. 
These gifts have been most helpful and enthusiastically received by the 
children. 

(Mrs.) Amy Harrison, Recreational Director 



178 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD WORK 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

Amputation Sponges 647,900 

Compress Dressings _ 532,000 

Central Service Sponges ..... , 2,502^365 

Cellu Pads 214 617 

Mesh Gauze __"'"" **". ""' 57,'760 

Masks , e'l24 

Standards 671,000 

Tracheotomy Dressings 71400 

Wrapped Applicators _ 162!o00 

Eye Fluffs 65,280 

Specimen Tags 288,000 

Dr. Owen's Plain Gauze 150 400 

Toppers "" _ l,15o',000 

Sutures for Operating Room Hg 292 

Flats for Cancer Society \ 59*,200 

4 x 4*s 131 600 

Wrapped Various Types of Dressings for Operating Room " 9*685 

Colostomy Pack 7 300 

Tracheotomy Tape ' "" '200 

Perin :::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::: i.soo 

TOTAL 7,447,423 

Meetings for Year 474 

Attendance .... 1 JL„ 5,142 

Surgical pressings from 1919 to June 1967 91,880,047 

Sponges Made and Wrapped 164 586 

New Sponges Wrapped .„_~'LIZZ! 660*864 

Gauze Stretched On Boards ..._ 1 323 

Gave to Cancer Group '.^""""'"Z'Z '* 35 bags pick«d 

Gave to Brain Wave 43 bags picked 

l.ave to bister Supervisor for Operating Room 40 bags picked 

White and Colored Volunteers 2 253 

Girl Scouts 1,453 

Besides making surgical dressings for thf Hospital patients, following 
are some of the other activities of the members of the Guild. 

Fifty-five layettes were made and given as needed; also a targe amount 
of used clothing, new and used shoes, books, magazines, scrap books, picture 
puzzles, games, and toys. 

At Christmas, four-hundred dolls and toys were given to the children 
on the ninth floor, also to the children in the contagious, Polio, ami Tui . 1 - 
culosls wards. The party was given by Mrs. Waiter Grunning, Chairman of 
the Doll and Toy Committee. 

A Christmas and Kiisu-r party were given by the colored willing- workers 
of the Guild, to the children In the Tuberculosis wards. At the Christmas 
party, each child received a doll or toy and a pair of bed-room slippers. 
At Easter, each child received an Easter basket, and at both parlies. Ice 
cream and cake were Served. 

At Christmas, we also gave to Sister Mary Frances, dresses, sweaters, 

and sun suits for the children, as needed. 



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A Christmas and an Easter party were given by the Magnolia Branch 
of the Louisiana Sunshine Society for the male patients In the John Dibert 
ward. At the Christmas party, each patient received two sweat shirts, and 
at the Easter party, each patient received an Easter basket. At both 
parties, ice cream, cake, and fruit were served. This Society also gives four 
pounds of coffee weekly for the male patients in the John Dibert ward; and 
at Easter, they gave to the Orthopedic patients on the seventh floor, 
Easter eggs and fruit. This entertainment, gifts, and refreshments were 
greatly appreciated, and enjoyed by all. 

Four parties were given by the Guild members to the Golden Age 
ladies, who come weekly and help to make surgical dressings. 

Guild Counselor Sister Margaret 

Honorary President Mrs. C. Warren Gilmer 

Secretary Mrs. Arthur Bernard Brown 

CHAIRMEN IN CHARGE OP MEETINGS 

Monday ■ Mrs. George Chehardy 

Mrs. Arthur Esler 

Tuesday Mrs. Joseph M, Dazet 

Mrs. Joseph Snakenberg 

Wednesday Mrs. Joseph M. Dazet 

Mrs. John D. Nix 

Thursday Mrs. Leopold P. La Poutge 

Mrs. Samuel L. Ebeling 

Friday Mrs. John D. Nix 

Mrs. George Chehardy 

Chairman of the Doll Committee .Mrs. Walter Grunning 

Chairman of the Layette Committee Mrs. Charles Richard 

Thursday Chairman of the Colored Group of the 

Sarah Brown Unit No. fi Mrs. Evie Rosette 

Our appreciation and thanks are extended to one and all for helping 
to make this past year of the Guild, a successful one. 

Respectfully submitted, 

.MRS. C. WARREN GILMER, HONORARY PRESIDENT 
NELLIE BOUDREAUX 



180 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1956-1957 



ANNUAL REPORT 

HAPPINESS HELPERS 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

During the year the Happiness Helpers have visited the children at 
Charity Hospital almost daily. We donated $2,000 to the Endowment Fund 
and $1,000 toward the Polio Air Conditioning Unit, three wheel chairs, cost 
1150.00, about 260 reconditioned toys, tlOO.OO to the Doll and Toy Fund 
and 1150.00 for Sundry sifts. We have given the children happiness on the 
following occasions: Kind's Day, Valentine, Mardl Gras. St, Patrick's Day 
Easter Saturday, 4th of July, Sara Lee's 51st Anniversary and Sam Lee's 
Birthday, August 27th, Hallowe'en and Thanksgiving'. 

For these happy occasions the donators have received lee cream, cake, 
candy and smail gifts amounting to several hundred dollars. The names of 
the donators are being withheld at their request. 

We have visited several patients on the ninth floor and also on some of 
the other floors. We hope our humble efforts have been of some rood and 
cheer to the many sick and unfortunate people In this Institution. 

Sara Lee Judas, President 
Happiness Helpers 
Louisiana Sunshine Society 



CLASSES FOR HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN 181 

ANNUAL REPORT 

CLASSES FOR 

HOSPITALIZED CONVALESCENT CHILDREN 

Sponsored by Orleans Parish School Board 

July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

CLASS FOR WHITE CONVALESCENTS (W. 900) 
Instructor: Sclma K. Fasting, M.A. 

Enrollment Boys Girls Total 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 67 37 104 

2. Average Daily Enrollment 15 4 1& 

CLASS FOR NEGRO CONVALESCENTS (C, 900) 
Instructor: Luella G. Cavalier, B.A. 

Enrollment Boy» Girli Totat 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 62 49 ill 

2. Average Daily Enrollment 8 6 14 

CLASS FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN (Polio Center) 
Instructor: Philo F. Jackson, M.A. 

Enrollment Boy. Girl* Total 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 20 16 36 

2. Average Daily Enrollment 2 4 6 

CLASS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PATIENTS (Fourth Floor) 
Instructor: Philo F. Jackson, M.A. 

Enrollment Boys Girls Total 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 106 63 169 

2, Average Daily Enrollment 7 5 12 

Respectfully submitted, 

SELMA K. FASTING, Teacher-in-Charge 



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